Sunday, February 12, 2012

Landscaping Pictures 2011


Check out a few Landscaping pictures from 2011.

Commercial Office Building.

Updated the landscaping. [Phase 1]
  • Retaining Walls
  • Tree / Shrub Planting
  • Annuals
  • Mulch
  • Irrigation
  • Tree / Stump removal
  • Black Dirt / Seed








Before...


After...








Random Pics.























More pictures to come summer 2012.





 
Holiday Gas Station


  • Black Dirt / Seed
  • Mulch












We use a product called "En-Cap" to help with the germination process.










Quack Grass Herbicide Application
Entrance Island Design
Town Home Association


Shrub Pruning







Residential Landscaping.

  • Paver Fire Pit / Patio / Sidewalks
  • Natural Stone Retaining Wall
  • Drain tile
  • Sod
  • Mulch
  • Boulders





















More pictures to come summer 2012.









Bobcat work.

Mark's Lawn Service Paintball Trip. 2011


Mark's Lawn Service Paintball Trip. 2011




Spruce Tip Pot.


Spruce Tip Pot.

8 comments:

  1. Wow, you have done an incredible job of commercial landscaping and the beautiful designs and plantings are speaking clearly about the landscaping expertise of yours. Keep up the great work!
    ~Landscape Designers

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  3. It's going to look fabulous! You have some beautiful plants picked out, some which we can't grow up here in zone 5. I'm so glad you got a deal on the plants, they can be so expensive. Keep up the good work! :)
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  5. Every one is dreaming to have a beautiful house with a complete beautiful landscaping like what you have shown here, lots of beautiful sample of picture, and for me i am dreaming to have a wonderful landscaping pools to be included in my future house.

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  6. If you have not already mulched your plants, do it! Mulch will help limit the amount of water that evaporates from the soil. While organic mulches such as grass clippings or wood chips are preferable since they add organic matter to the soil, plastic mulches are useful in limiting evaporation from the soil. They can be laid between rows in the vegetable garden and will help limit moisture loss; however, they also will limit infiltration.



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  7. This is a great idea i can get here for my house new renovation and i am planning to do some landscaping too.
    Greg Mclardie

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