A landscape design combines the mechanics of a scaled drawing and plant list with horticultural knowledge and professional design expertise. Whether you are embarking on a completely new landscape or just a simple entryway project, you will be provided with a full color, scaled design for a beautiful and functional outdoor space that is sustainable for decades to come. A good landscape design allows you to plan for success and avoid costly mistakes and future problems. Residential designs begin at $350 and generally run $1000 for full property designs each one-half acre.
Ensure success and save time by having your landscape installation project professionally managed. You will have one point of contact as your manager contacts and schedules competent, knowledgeable installation crews and subcontractors. The manager creates a master schedule, coordinates permits, hand selects plant materials, arranges deliveries, and oversees installation. At final walk through, your manager will discuss care and maintenance and provide detailed written instructions. Project management is offered at 10% of the installation cost.
The key to enjoying your landscape is to first address its issues and then to create spaces you want to be in. Specialty gardens like rain gardens, shade gardens, or no-mow lawns can help address issues. Other specialty gardens like children’s play areas, butterfly gardens, edibles, parterres, herb gardens, sanctuaries, bocce courts, ponds and more can draw you into your landscape and make it your favorite place to be. Specialty gardens begin at $100.
There’s a lot to know about plants and landscaping. Sometimes it’s difficult to know where to begin. Sometimes you just have some questions about your current landscape. An on-site consultation can be an incredibly helpful and efficient tool at zeroing in on your specific landscape issues. A consultation can provide direction, advice, and resources to make your landscape look its best. One hour consultations are available for $75.
Most Popular Services
- Screening; providing privacy
- Rejuvenating older, tired, or overgrown landscapes
- Enhancing, correcting new home construction landscapes
- Outdoor living space design; water and fire features
- Native plant incorporation into home landscapes
- Deer-resistant plantings
- Wildlife and pollinator friendly plantings
- Edible landscaping; vegetable, fruit and nuts; raised beds
- Drainage, rainwater solutions
- Mailbox gardens
- Perennial borders
- Container design
- Drip irrigation