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Garden Styles

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The garden style that you choose for your yard should first of all match the style of your home and fit into the neighborhood.  There is nothing more rewarding than create a seamless transition from house to landscape and from landscape to home through a consistent style that blends into the neighbourhood.

We are excited by the challenge to design gardens  in many different styles, such as French Country, English Garden with complex perennial borders, or Japanese style gardens.  We have designed many contemporary and modern gardens in recent years as demand for a more minimalistic garden styles arises. 

We are excited to be doing more edible landscapes with the incorporation of fruit and other edible plants into the design.   

One very important consideration is the level of maintenance that a yard needs.  Low maintenance landscape design is becoming one of the primary concern for many homeowners.  Fortunately most of the garden styles that we work with can be adapted to be low maintenance by changing the types of plants used and adjusting the size of planted beds.  

West Coast contemporary home
West Coast contemporary home
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topiary
topiary

Adding topiary to a garden provides winter interest

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japanese inspired arbor
japanese inspired arbor

Inexpensive materials provide an authentic and stylish garden entrance

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prairie style planting
prairie style planting

Mixed perennials in a long english style border for colour

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espalier apple trees
espalier apple trees

apple trees grown as espalier organic no spray back yard fruit

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japanese garden
japanese garden

weeping japanese maple and pebble beach for a low maintenance garden

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