We love the end result! Paul and Sarah Tschiggfrie There is not a day going on that we do not appreciate the point of view ... There is not a day that passes that we do not appreciate the view. We have noticed that our clients and visitors also enjoy it, and we have made comments to the extent that two have retained your services. That says a lot! Dorothy and Tom Coker We have been using Jim's landscaping services for over 30 years and are very satisfied with his product and his wonderful personalized service. When I ask Hey Jim, could you bring me a pallet of pine needles? He appears the next day at the same place he delivered it before!
The gates can be built with any material, from wood to stone and metal, provided they blend well with the palette and style of the facade. When architecture requires a color palette on the facade, it must be extended to the landscape for all hardscape structures. Here is a good example of an intimacy wall of the front yard and a door column composed of shades selected by the architect. As much as possible, keep a very accurate palette for your front hardscape so that the entire site is visually integrated from the front edge to the rear fencing. Large urns are among the most powerful pieces of art in a front garden.
Add vibrant color to your garden without sweating in the garden. "I always like color, so I try to have plants that bloom all season," says Chris. When something is still blooming in the yard, there is a sense of extra life. Black-eyed susans are a good summer choice, as they bloom throughout the season. In autumn, think of the daisies of Montauk. If you are not ready to fully nest the grass, think of the herbs that grow naturally in your area.
"If you're planting a lawn that's used to your climate, it does not require much maintenance," says Chris. You can search which grass grows best in your area, and in turn save money on watering, fertilizing and other maintenance work. For example: In the North- Is where the couple live in his Cape Cod home - the fescue and ryegrass grow well. Alternatively, in the Southeast, Bermuda grass is a better option. Incorporating pots into the landscaping not only makes a garden easier to maintain, but also more versatile. "We like to use pots, especially for customers who want color in different parts of the yard," says Peyton.
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