Another recent project combining sod & plant installation with stone paver work. We begin with the Zeon Zoysia sod, which is literally an Olympic class grass - it was the official golf course grass for the 2016 games in Rio, Brazil. And no wonder; this is an extremely durable grass which thrives in a range … Continue reading Landscape Improvements
Our guys installed new sod for this customer, but first they needed to correct some serious drainage problems. So, they graded for positive drainage, mixed in 6 loads of new topsoil, and installed catch-basins at strategic locations. They then installed a 16' circular River Street Lafitt paver patio with a 4' diameter Colonial Weston Stone … Continue reading New Sod & Patio Fire Pit
We are checking in today with a customer we've been working with for a number of years. Things are looking good, to say the least! Click on any photo to get a closer look. This post is focused mainly on the side yard sod work, plantings, and associated stone work, but we've done a number … Continue reading On the Banks of the Roanoke River
We had occasion recently to follow up on those Littleton Upgrades we posted on in January, and we are pleased to report that everything is green and growing - particularly the turf which pretty much defines the word 'lush.' By the way, if you think their parking lot looks nice, just wait 'till you see … Continue reading Littleton Upgrade – Finished!
"Upgrades" does not begin to capture the makeover our crews did for this customer, from grading to sod to new planting beds to drainage control to ... well, let's go through it all. Here's the view from the front to the street when we started. Here are the side yards ... ... and this is … Continue reading Upgrades
Here is the latest project involving our expertise in both landscaping and hardscape. We are going to go through all of this slowly, so you can appreciate the scale of what our crews accomplished. In addition to grading and loads of topsoil to prep the beds, we constructed an 18" tall by 60' long Colonial … Continue reading Landscape & Hardscape
For this customer, the answer is very green. That's because they have cool season Fescue grass, one of many select grasses that will hold its green year round. Here are our guys at the end of 2019, working on the front lawn (photos originally posted here). Another nice feature of Fescue is that it plants … Continue reading How Green is your Winter