You are just in time to get in on the ground floor of a complete landscaping project. This new home is finished, and now it is up to us to do something with a yard full of red clay. This project entails grading, new sod, specimen trees and foundation shrubs, together with guttering, an irrigation … Continue reading In The Beginning …
We had occasion the other day to do some upgrades for one of our existing customers. We added fresh mulch and new plants to their well established yardscape, and also some large decorative boulders to match some existing rocks. As a bonus, here are photos of existing Biloxi crape myrtles, Nellie Stevens hollies, and Green … Continue reading Bold Boulders
Like pitching and the golf swing, it's the follow through that's critical in landscape work. Our crews can tackle a job and produce amazing things for our customers, but it's all for naught unless we follow through and complete the finishing touches. Fortunately, follow through is what our guys do best! Here's an example from … Continue reading Follow Up
'Gilding the lily' is actually a misquotation of Shakespeare (look it up!), but its popular meaning is plain enough: attempting to improve that which is already beautiful. That is what our crews were asked to do for this elegant property on the Lake. We'd like to claim credit for the stonework and all the large, … Continue reading Gilding the Lily
Our guys have completed another bit of stonework, steps and a walkway to the lake coupled with pine needle mulch in the natural areas. And as one completes, another job gets started, this one involving grading and new plant material along the new walkway. The fun never stops for our crews around the Lake. See … Continue reading Stone Walk, Steps – and More!
Dynamite crape myrtle, that is. This crape will burst great red blooms come summertime, but for now it is dormant and being prepared by our crew for transport to its new home. Traveling, too, will be these three 18-20 foot tall maples, all with fresh burlap accoutrements for the journey. Could you use some instant, … Continue reading Dynamite!
We completely landscaped this beautiful property almost eight years ago (memorialized in these two Project posts, Landscaping From the Ground Up and From the Ground Up – Continued). Since then our maintenance crews have assiduously kept it trimmed and manicured, and then last year, we revisited it with some landscape upgrades. This past week our … Continue reading Holly Installation