The 'Before' photo - A new family room addition to this Littleton home created a need for new landscaping to finish the job. The next photo shows 'After'.
The 'After' photo - A combination of evergreen and deciduous shrubs, and flowering perennials were used to add visual appeal to the new addition. The previous photo shows 'Before'.
The 'Before' photo - A beautiful stone wall and potential planting areas at this Littleton property were obscured by brush and saplings. The next photo shows 'After' planting.
The 'After' photo - Mixed planting beds of ornamental trees, shrubs, and flowering perennials have replaced the previous brushy growth. The previous photo shows 'Before'.
This 'Before' photo shows the front foundation area of a traditional colonial Bolton house before planting. The next photo shows 'After'.
The 'After' planting photo - New planting beds of mixed shrubs and flowering perennials have replaced the areas of lawn. Many native plants were used to add beauty and interest. The previous photo shows 'Before' planting.
At this Littleton property, granite pieces found on site were used to accent new planting beds that serve as a gateway to the pond front.
Front Entry Beds
Converting lawn at this Concord property to mixed planting beds added visual interest to the home and reduced the need for inputs such as irrigation and lawn chemicals.
At this Boxborough property, island planting beds help break up large expanses of lawn to add visual interest and year round beauty.
A new groundcover planting adds year-round beauty to a slope and helps prevent soil erosion.
An example of how our design software helps our clients visualize the design before it is finalized and planting begins.
We work with a variety of clients, with landscaping projects ranging from small to large. Click the images below to see some of our most recent work.