Landshapes has been working with landscape architect Deborah Nevins & Associates, Inc. out of New York City on the landscaping for a home being built by Cascade Builders out of Saranac Lake. The landscape architect’s goal is to create mass plantings combined with an understory meadow. 27 trees, 1,369 shrubs and 5,140 ferns are to be planted.
This residential home in Littleton, New Hampshire, is in for a serious makeover. We are beginning with about 3,000 square feet of granite cobble stone to form an entryway that will match the already existing granite stone work as well as compliment the scale of the house. This is only a small part of the entire project; still to come are the installations of a swimming pool, patios, and large scale plantings.
One of the designers from our Vermont landscape company, installed these seasonal fall planters at a Shelburne, VT residence. She used a mix of hardy fall mums, ornamental cabbage, sweet potato vine & perennial heuchera. The client loved the variety of colors and textures that were used! Mums were also planted throughout the beds to incorporate some late fall color, by a member of our landscape installation crew.
Our Vermont landscaping crew has been busy clearing and exposing ledge at a residence in Shelburne, VT. The guys have also been creating planting pockets which were filled with soil and planted with perennials and Sedum sod. The project is nearly completed and everything looks really great so far!
Our Vermont Landscaping crew has been busy working at a residence in Moretown, VT. The area was excavated and compacted prior to the placement of the San Juan Fiberglass Spa. The client asked to have the perimeter of the pool sprayed with foam for added insulation to make the Spa more energy efficient. Bluestone coping and a patio are phase two. A Stone fireplace will be constructed to complete the project.