We provide personal service and attention to your unique needs. That is our top priority because we understand that professional landscaping can not only increase your curb appeal and provide a high return on your property investment but also offers you a sanctuary to enjoy for years to come. Our goal is to add both beauty and value to your property.

 

We’ll add our experience and expertise to your vision We’ll lift the rocks and plant the trees, build the retaining walls and lay your interlock.
let us help turn your vision into a reality

Tips & tricks for a feel good relaxing backyard

 

Give a wide Berth

Make sure your pathways are wide enough for comfortable passage. Nobody enjoys squeezing through narrow spaces, in­­doors or out. Main thoroughfares should be wide enough for at least two people to walk side by side, no less than 5 feet. Keep in mind that the taller the plantings or structures that flank your walkway, the wider the path needs to be. Tall boundaries make any space feel more restricted.

 

Watch your steps

Outdoor steps and stairways should ascend gently; otherwise, they are liable to seem daunting. Steps with a rise of 6 inches or less are the most comfortable. If your garden stairways include more than 10 steps, consider landings after every fourth or fifth step to ease progress. Landings should be at least as deep as the stairs are wide. A generous landing is an absolute necessity wherever a stairway changes direction.

 

 

 

 

 

We strive to make the exterior of your home beautiful, while also adding an outdoor living space perfect for entertaining family and friends for years to come.

 

From landscape design, to design-implementation, to grounds maintenance ... it is our mission to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment, bringing naturalized beauty to your doorstep.

 

 

 

Plan for growth

 

Give your plants room to grow.

If you must have a dense, full landscape right away, plant with the intent to relocate or remove some plants as they mature. You can also plant quick-growing, short-lived “filler” plants to temporarily bulk up your plantings. Just keep track of which ones are prolific self-sowers, like tall verbena, to prevent fillers from taking over. Place any plants more than 30 to 36 inches tall at least 2 to 3 feet back from walkway and patio edges; otherwise, these spaces may feel unduly cramped and crowded

Turf has its place and provided for comfortable lounging

A lawn can be costly and labor intensive to maintain, but no other surface is quite so yielding, so comfortable for lounging, or so resilient and forgiving for play. Nor can any planting take the kind of foot traffic that lawns regularly endure. Indeed, turf is a special garden feature, so use it wisely. A sweep of green grass can also be the perfect counterbalance to bountiful beds and borders.

 

 

 

 

We provide personal service and attention to your unique needs. That is our top priority because we understand that professional landscaping can not only increase your curb appeal and provide a high return on your property investment but also offers you a sanctuary to enjoy for years to come. Our goal is to add both beauty and value to your property.

 

We’ll add our experience and expertise to your vision
let us help turn your vision into a reality
We’ll lift the rocks and plant the trees, build the retaining walls and lay your interlock.

Tips & tricks for a feel good relaxing backyard

 

Give a wide Berth

Make sure your pathways are wide enough for comfortable passage. Nobody enjoys squeezing through narrow spaces, in­­doors or out. Main thoroughfares should be wide enough for at least two people to walk side by side, no less than 5 feet. Keep in mind that the taller the plantings or structures that flank your walkway, the wider the path needs to be. Tall boundaries make any space feel more restricted.

 

Watch your steps

Outdoor steps and stairways should ascend gently; otherwise, they are liable to seem daunting. Steps with a rise of 6 inches or less are the most comfortable. If your garden stairways include more than 10 steps, consider landings after every fourth or fifth step to ease progress. Landings should be at least as deep as the stairs are wide. A generous landing is an absolute necessity wherever a stairway changes direction.

 

 

 

 

 

We strive to make the exterior of your home beautiful, while also adding an outdoor living space perfect for entertaining family and friends for years to come.

 

From landscape design, to design- implementation, to grounds maintenance ... it is our mission to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment, bringing naturalized beauty to your doorstep.

 

 

 

Plan for growth

 

Give your plants room to grow.

If you must have a dense, full landscape right away, plant with the intent to relocate or remove some plants as they mature. You can also plant quick- growing, short-lived “filler” plants to temporarily bulk up your plantings. Just keep track of which ones are prolific self-sowers, like tall verbena, to prevent fillers from taking over. Place any plants more than 30 to 36 inches tall at least 2 to 3 feet back from walkway and patio edges; otherwise, these spaces may feel unduly cramped and crowded

Turf has its place and provided for comfortable lounging

A lawn can be costly and labor intensive to maintain, but no other surface is quite so yielding, so comfortable for lounging, or so resilient and forgiving for play. Nor can any planting take the kind of foot traffic that lawns regularly endure. Indeed, turf is a special garden feature, so use it wisely. A sweep of green grass can also be the perfect counterbalance to bountiful beds and borders.

 

 

 

 

We provide personal service and attention to your unique needs. That is our top priority because we understand that professional landscaping can not only increase your curb appeal and provide a high return on your property investment but also offers you a sanctuary to enjoy for years to come. Our goal is to add both beauty and value to your property.

 

We’ll add our experience and expertise to your vision
let us help turn your vision into a reality
TM We’ll lift the rocks and plant the trees, build the retaining walls and lay your interlock.

Tips & tricks for a feel good relaxing backyard

 

Give a wide Berth

Make sure your pathways are wide enough for comfortable passage. Nobody enjoys squeezing through narrow spaces, in­­doors or out. Main thoroughfares should be wide enough for at least two people to walk side by side, no less than 5 feet. Keep in mind that the taller the plantings or structures that flank your walkway, the wider the path needs to be. Tall boundaries make any space feel more restricted.

 

Watch your steps

Outdoor steps and stairways should ascend gently; otherwise, they are liable to seem daunting. Steps with a rise of 6 inches or less are the most comfortable. If your garden stairways include more than 10 steps, consider landings after every fourth or fifth step to ease progress. Landings should be at least as deep as the stairs are wide. A generous landing is an absolute necessity wherever a stairway changes direction.

 

 

 

 

 

We strive to make the exterior of your home beautiful, while also adding an outdoor living space perfect for entertaining family and friends for years to come.

 

From landscape design, to design- implementation, to grounds maintenance ... it is our mission to create an aesthetically pleasing and functional environment, bringing naturalized beauty to your doorstep.

 

 

 

Plan for growth

 

Give your plants room to grow.

If you must have a dense, full landscape right away, plant with the intent to relocate or remove some plants as they mature. You can also plant quick-growing, short-lived “filler” plants to temporarily bulk up your plantings. Just keep track of which ones are prolific self-sowers, like tall verbena, to prevent fillers from taking over. Place any plants more than 30 to 36 inches tall at least 2 to 3 feet back from walkway and patio edges; otherwise, these spaces may feel unduly cramped and crowded

Turf has its place and provided for comfortable lounging

A lawn can be costly and labor intensive to maintain, but no other surface is quite so yielding, so comfortable for lounging, or so resilient and forgiving for play. Nor can any planting take the kind of foot traffic that lawns regularly endure. Indeed, turf is a special garden feature, so use it wisely. A sweep of green grass can also be the perfect counterbalance to bountiful beds and borders.

 

 

 

 

PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE
PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE
PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE