Brick walkway and patio created reusing existing brick and sourcing additional reclaimed brick. Garden walls are local fieldstone. Cedar Pergola in background reused old cedar posts from the home.
Clean and contemporary urban garden created by replacing fencing, removing turf and building gravel river jack patio with bluestone steppers edged with perennial garden bed with crape myrtle.
An unruly shade garden had to be redesigned due to the removal of the large tree that shaded it. The new garden is a moon garden, with plenty of sivery folliage and white flowers that will shine day and night.
A garden filled with large tree roots transforms to a beautiful and functional raised bluestone patio with simple colorful landscaping plant selections.
Turf is remove and invasive vines, ivy and weeds are removed. Soil is amended with lots of compost. A new bluestone stepper pathway connects the side gate to the front walkway. The shrub and tree plants are planted creating the skeleton of what will be a multi-layered tapestry of garden beauty.
An old parking pad in a urban back garden is transformed into a brick patio in herringbone pattern, with lower level including trash area which is concealed by new fencing.
An old dry stack wall is transformed into a masonry wall reusing the same stone and shade plantings including hostas and ferns are planted above the wall transforming this small alleyway on the side of the home into a pleasant walkway.