Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Welcome to Growing Season 2017

As the buds begin to swell on trees, and bulbs push up through the ground, evidence that spring is just around the corner is all around us. Now is a great time to design for spring landscape installation.

Whether you have an existing yard in need of a renovation or are the proud owners of a newly constructed home, I can create a landscape design that is both beautiful and functional.

Please click on the above tabs to find out more about services I offer and to see pictures of my past design work. Click on the "Contact Info
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Friday, October 14, 2016

Fall Tour of Design Work

An exciting mix of shrubs, perennials and ornamental grasses draw guests'
eyes to a welcoming front door.

Every fall I take an afternoon to tour through neighborhoods in which I have worked. It is satisfying to see what once was bare dirt be transformed into lush lawns, flowering shrubs, and statuesque trees. Congratulations to my clients on their beautiful landscaping!
This was a renovation project where the client had too many shrubs, all of the
same size, planted too close together. I thinned the plantings, replanted 
others elsewhere, and added some much needed color to the landscape.

This client desired a low-maintenance yard, but one that still had a variety of
colors and textures. Both objectives were achieved beautifully. As these
newly planted materials grow, they will fill in nicely.

Another view of the above yard.

This client loved ornamental grasses. By planning a variety of different types
and heights, an attractive design was achieved.

A recent addition to my own backyard, this arbor swing was built by my
husband and serves as the focal point to my backyard. The colorful shrub
roses and ornamental grasses draw your eye to the swing.

Monday, August 29, 2016

3 Benefits of Landscape Design in the Fall

1. Having a landscape plan in place means you can get a head start in the spring. My design work makes planning every part of your yard easier--from sprinkler installation to being able to calculate the costs of sod and plants. 

2. Take advantage of fall prices at nurseries and wholesale landscape suppliers. They often heavily discount trees, shrubs and perennials to reduce their stock for the winter season. This can mean saving 50% or more on plant prices.

3. Enjoy saving on my services as well. I offer a 10% discount on all services during the fall.

Monday, August 8, 2016

New cell phone number

Clients, I recently changed phone service and have a new number. Please contact me at 801.513.6894 or my office line (unchanged). I have updated this change on my Contact Info page.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

June is spelled C-O-L-O-R

 I look forward to June each year because it seems that almost every shrub and perennial in my yard is in bloom at once. Now is when the effects of good landscape design truly shine!
 Above: Blue Catmint contrasts nicely with the orange Sunrose ground cover.

Right: Pink and red shrub roses anchor the entrance to my backyard.

Below: The attractive dark foliage of my Elderberry shrub highlights the emerging bright green day lily foliage and the brilliant pink-red Jupiter's Beard flowers.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Happy Memorial Day!

I will be out of the office until Tuesday, May 31st. Please feel free to leave a message or text and I will get back to you then. Have a wonderful weekend.

Friday, March 4, 2016

Welcome 2016!

   With warmer weather and emerging bulbs, we know spring is just around the corner. Now is a great time to cut back rose bushes, prune fruit trees and clean up perennials.
    If you are in a newly constructed home, it is time to plan your landscaping for spring installation.
    Having a custom designed plan will help you get things right the first time and ensure that the design and function of your yard will come together beautifully.
    Please scroll through previous posts to see pictures of my past work or click on my "Services" tab to find out more. Contact me anytime to set up an appointment.