Before & After Gallery

A picture is worth a thousand words, and before and after pictures even moreso. Have a look at some of the transformations we’ve made happen.

A pair of columns and a single stepping stone between them, complete the welcoming entry experience into the gardens.

Defining the Entry

Design Goal: After several failed attempts at defining parking and entry to this village home, stone walls, peastone, and a cut stone path to front porch were installed. Bingo!

From morning coffee to evening cocktails and moon gazing, the 5’ walls of the sunken terrace offer the perfect sanctuary.

“Jewel Box” Sunken Terrace

Design Goal: Provide a private, outdoor extension of renovated, early 19th century barn master bedroom and bath.

A happy, healthy new garden provides colorful views from two oft used porches, and habitat for birds, bees, butterflies.

Right Plant, Right Place

Design Goal: Re-design and replace two struggling gardens. Two entryway borders needed appropriate plant choices to thrive where existing gardens struggled against inadequate light, soil and water requirements.

Three times a charm!

Vegetable Garden

Design Goal: After two tries on their own, clients requested a well built, deer proof vegetable and berry garden to provide food for family and friends.

A quiet oasis is created in a former village roadside tangle.

Woodland Border

Design Goal: Connect two existing but neglected gardens with a 100’ woodland border.

Fencing creates privacy while borders provide birds, bees, and butterflies with food & habitat.

Village Retreat

Design Goal: Create a private retreat for exercise, relaxation, and entertaining in the midst of an active farming village.

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