Ten years ago, Garrett Churchill installed a stunning walkway, landing and lighting at this beautiful home in Dresher. Our clients loved our work so much, they called us back a decade later to replace their overgrown landscape with a colorful new landscape design.
During the initial consultation, we gave them some options to work with. We could either rip out and replace, or do some heavy pruning and bring things back into shape over a few years. The clients decided to go with the first option.
Our experts came in on a rainy fall day and wrapped up the job just before the first snowfall of the season.
As always, we prepped the area using all the necessary tools! We protected the lawn area since it was so wet using plywood so we could use a machine to remove everything but the large birch tree and mature kousa dogwood.
The homeowners decided they wanted the existing landscape removed because it lacked color. Some shrubs flowered in the spring, but not much happened after that.
To remedy this, our team installed plants that will provide beautiful colors year-round! We put in witch hazel which blooms late winter, cherry laurel which provides color mid-spring and roses that re-bloom during summer. Taking this landscape to new heights, we put in various perennials that will bloom from spring through the fall. We finished the entire project in the nick of time too, since this was our last opportunity to plant perennials until spring!
With a new colorful display of shrubs and plants, we’re sure our clients will be swooning over their home’s curb appeal once everything blooms. We look forward to seeing how it comes alive in the spring!
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