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, much to the delight of not just the clients, but…

Bird house in garden

A lot of people are not yet familiar with natural landscaping and we are often asked the question, “why should I consider natural landscaping?”  Here are the ten things you should consider when deciding on natural landscaping. Native plants reduce carbon footprint because they are locally grown and obtained Native plants restore the natural ecosystem…


We use many plants native to southeastern Pennsylvania in our installations.  These trees, shrubs and perennials can be known as “straight species” (naturally occurring plants) or man cultivated native plants called “cultivars”.  These cultivars may offer a better characteristic than the straight species such as different color bloom, smaller size, superior flower or fall color,…

Garden with Natural Walkway in Malvern

This client wanted a pathway and plantings from his drive to and around his pool to welcome his guests who were frequent visitors for swimming parties. We created a natural stone walkway with various plantings offering texture, sequential blooming, fragrance and color. Both he and his fiancée were overjoyed with the finished Main Line gardens.

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