Our native pine trees worked overtime last year and then graciously dropped their needles so our Lakeside customers could have their yards look like this. And just in time for spring! This is a customer we have worked with for a good while now. Here are some photos from two years ago, alongside those from … Continue reading Thank the Trees
This is one of our regular maintenance customers. You will see some nice, tight hedge and shrub trimming in these photos, as well as a yard that is neat and clean. Our crews have been busy. And speaking of nice, tight, neat and clean landscaping, here are some photos of what fresh pine straw put … Continue reading Maintenance Plus Patio
Checking in on the winter maintenance for one of our favorite customers, we've added some fresh mulch in the front, the shrubs are uniformly trimmed, the grass is neat and a nice shade of green, and our crews have finished some significant pruning in preparation for the coming spring. Click on any photo to get … Continue reading Winter Maintenance
Here are photos of our crew rolling out some new sod, to introduce a little green into this customer's winter landscape. While elsewhere, our guys laid cubic yards of Dark Walnut mulch. See something you like? Contact us!
If you want a quick survey of almost all the things that Ben's Creek Nursery does, the best way is to just follow our man Chewy around. Chewy is the swiss army knife of landscape work. He can drive the heaviest equipment, wields all the basic tools of the craft from chain-saws to shovels, and … Continue reading What We Do
The photos are coming in as work progresses on this project. Remember this scene? It's getting a new look. Our guys are laying down the Fescue sod. It will ultimately take more than 24,000 sf of sod to cover this expansive property. Some good work is being done around the pool right now. We've gotten … Continue reading Project Update
We like seeing rehabilitation of existing structures and yards, and more so when we are involved! This customer is restoring and enhancing this stately old house, built circa 1940, and we are doing the same with the landscape. It is more than 7 acres of land in which we are installing among other things a … Continue reading Everything Old is New Again