Front Landscape Walkway
This front walkway is a study in color and textural contrasts, and the vintage bench invites guests to relax and enjoy the landscape.
Shade Garden Design
A rustic stone pathway and patio create an inviting nook in this Great Falls shade garden.
Formal English Garden
A formal 'sunken garden' with pea gravel patios, brick edging, stonework, and lead cistern fountain.
Woodland Garden Design
A moss-lined stone path flanked with ferns leads to a tucked-away resting spot.
Front Entry Walks
This curvilinear design creates multiple approaches to the front door while textural & color contrasts add 'pop' to this landscape,
Herb planters tucked into a pea gravel patio create a neat and tidy Kitchen garden for this McLean residence.
Winding paths add a sense of discovery, while Hydrangea and Astilbe add a splash of color to this shady landscape.
Rear Garden Pergola & Fireplace
Retaining walls and pergola impart a sense of shelter to this backyard sitting/dining area, while a fireplace provides focus and warmth.
Lively Front Walk
A flagstone walk, new fountain, and lush plantings enliven the approach to this home in Vienna.
Front Entrance Design
The clean lines of a stone wall and foundation plantings offer restrained appeal to this Great Falls colonial estate.
A Yew hedge and European Hornbeams shelter restaurant patrons dining on this local restaurant's new patio.
Portico & Front Landscape
A new portico, expanded stoop, and front landscape redesign make for a more gracious entry to this Sterling residence.
Front Landscape Design
The use of large-scale plantings lends an established feel to the front landscape of this newly built home in Great Falls.
Plantings restrained by a low boxwood hedge offer a sunny welcome to an otherwise imposing entrance.