Hardscaping Hardscape, or hardscaping consists of the inanimate or lifeless elements of landscaping, especially any masonry work or woodwork. For instance, stone walls, concrete or brick patios, tile paths, wooden decks and wooden arbors would all be considered part of the hardscape. But by extension, anything used in landscaping that is not part of the softscape can be considered a hardscape element, including home accents such as water features.
Retaining walls can help turn "ordinary" landscaping into amazing works of art! Retaining walls are also a common need. Many properties have sloping or uneven yards. Those frequent issues can create a practical need for retaining wall construction. They also provide opportunities to use retaining walls as an aesthetic landscaping effort.
Flowers are a critical element to a perfect landscape design. Because there is such a wide variety of flower types, you can come up with amazing artistic landscaping ideas. Flower gardens are mostly used to add color to a landscaping design. The most popular are flower beds and the flower pots.
Decks & Patios
On a cool autumn evening, there is not much more relaxing than sitting outside on your deck or patio. In fact, many people prefer to relax on their patio that in their living rooms! With the wide variety of patio furniture out there these days, it's no wonder people are more comfortable outside than ever. If you are planning on adding a deck or patio, be sure to contact us!
Trees & Shrubs
No landscaping project is complete without trees & shrubs. Trees are essential for landscaping because they can provide privacy, protection from wind, shade on those hot summer days and even entertainment for children who like to climb them.Shrubs on the other hand, are hardy, evergreen plants that can add a deep green tone to your landscaping design.
Walkways & Garden Paths
A neat and organized walkway can be a great addition to your garden or landscape design. This can be a sidewalk made out of paving stones or even just a mulch path that curves through your garden.Walkways allow you to walk through your garden without disturbing the plants or landscape design. They can also add a touch of professionalism and class as well.
Garden Fountains, Garden Ponds & Waterfalls
Water features such as a pond, fountain or waterfall are almost always the first thing that catches the attention of your guests. That's why these are one of the most popular ideas for landscaping today! Water is naturally very relaxing, so it makes sense that people would want to have water in their gardens. Waterfalls are especially desirable because you not only get the look of a garden pond, but also the serenity of the sound of splashing water. Garden fountains can make a nice addition to your landscaping if you don't have room for a full pond or a winding waterfall and stream. They are often less expensive to setup and require less maintenance as well. They area a good means of irrigation as well.