Starting with a walk of the property, we will develop a planting plan based on a combination of your ideas and preferences, and our design and plant expertise.
Step 1 - Site Analysis
The key to a good design is choosing the right plants for the right conditions. During our site analysis we will examine:
level of sunlight
wind and winter exposure
potential for deer browsing
diversity of existing plants
and other environmental conditions.
A thorough site analysis reveals the challenges and opportunities of every potential planting location.
Step 2 - Design Drawings and Photographs
Based on the site analysis, and using our computer-aided design tools, we will create:
a detailed schematic drawing and plant list for your new garden
visualization photographs - our design software modifies photographs of your existing landscape with the new plant images to help you visualize the design before we start planting.
Step 3 - Installation
Here are some examples of gardens that we have designed and installed for our clients:
Native Plant Gardens
Native plants are New England hardy, and typically more pest, disease, and drought resistant than many non-native plants. They also benefit our ecosystems by providing vital life resources for insects, birds, and animals. Let us design a beautiful native garden for you that recreates the beauty of natural plant communities.
Pollinator & Bird Gardens
Attract birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your yard by creating a beautiful wildlife garden. These wild visitors will help make your time spent outdoors more interesting. We can locate your garden near your favorite window for year-round viewing.
Create a beautiful first impression of your home with a new foundation planting. Are your current planting beds overgrown, messy, or just not flourishing? We can create a new design with plants that fit the space and add beautiful flowers and foliage.
Woodland Shade Gardens
Many yards in our region are wooded and shady. This creates challenges for gardeners, but also opportunities. There are many beautiful shade-tolerant plants that can be used to create your rewarding shade garden.
Deer Resistant Gardens
Yes, there are many amazing plants that deer prefer not to eat. If you are looking to replace plants damaged by deer, or adding a new garden in deer country, let us help you choose deer resistant plants that will beautify your property and keep the hooved varmints at bay.
A living green fence can provide screening and privacy from a street or neighboring property. We can create a mixed planting of evergreen and deciduous plants that achieves privacy while beautifying your yard.