Removing Shrubs & Pachysandra to Create a New Sitting Area
We were excited to turn this overgrown area into a beautiful outdoor oasis. We removed the old pachysandra and old sheared shrubs and replaced them with flagstone, flowering dogwoods, rhododendron, and cherry laurel. See this project.
Removing a Dead Tree and Adding a Flowerbed
We were excited to return to the home of one of our repeat clients. They had a large tree that had been dead for some time. We removed the tree and replaced it with a flower bed lined with boulderetes and filled with shrubs, perennials, and bulbs for year-round color. See this project.
Replacing an Overgrown Garden With Native Plants
This client originally called us to restore a flagstone walkway that had been disturbed from a gas line installation. We removed old overgrown shrubs, restored the flagstone walkway, and planted a fragrant native Magnolia, smaller dwarf shrubs, and some perennials and bulbs. See this project.
Japanese Maple Anchored by Native Plants and a Pathway
This couple was tired of their existing yard. We used their only request, that we include a Japanese Maple, to anchor the rest of our design. It features native shrubs, and a pathway to their AC unit, concealed by custom fencing that provided a perfect spot to hang their hose. See this project.
A Flagstone Walkway Passes Through a Charming Garden of Native Plants
We made a number of updates to this property in Wayne. We added a dry-laid stone wall made of Colonial Wall Stone, planted a garden, and designed a stepping stone pathway with gapped flagstones leading to the bench. The front walk leading to this area is a pattern flagstone walkway.
Loyal Client in Devon Calls Us Back 20 Years Later
These former clients called us back to their wooded land 20 years after we completed other jobs for them. We were delighted for the opportunity to work with them again after they built an addition on their home. This project included creating an irregular flagstone patio, installing shrubs and adding a unique water feature. See this project.
Flagstone Walkway with Bluestone Steppers and a Bird-Friendly Garden
This Newtown Square client decided to remove their uniform-looking compressed concrete walk, which we replaced with a curvilinear natural flagstone walkway with bluestone steps. This homeowner also wanted a native garden that was welcoming for birds. See this project.
An Irregular Flagstone Walkway Blends Seamlessly with Nature
This homeowner had a pin straight walkway that looked unnatural and lacked visual interest. We replaced it with an irregular flagstone walk that better blends in with the landscape. See this project.
Irregular Flagstone Walkway Leads to Home’s Entrance
We added this irregular flagstone walkway from the front door of the home leading through the front garden. Adding a custom walkway to your space offers an even surface to navigate your property and enjoy your beautiful landscape.
Repurposing Existing Flagstone to Update Original Pathway
These Wayne clients were ready to replace the original builder’s pathway that came with their new home. We lifted the individual pieces of flagstone laid as stepping stones from the driveway and street. We then laid a wider, contiguous, curvilinear pathway utilizing the existing flagstone. See this project.