Our Work

2022 In Review

As we are getting ready for the 2023 season we wanted to share a few photos from 2022. We put lots of fresh native plants in the ground and maintained many previously installed gardens where the growth of plants over time is able to be seen.

Part of the landscaping business sometimes includes missing out on the chance to see a project grown over time. We are especially grateful to have customers who hire us for maintenance work, giving us the opportunity to see and enjoy our work season after season. If you’re needing help maintaining your landscaping gardens this spring give us a ring!

Echinacea purpurea, commonly called Purple Coneflower with a happy pollinator.

Prairie Dropseed Grasses in the Unitarian Universalist Congregation Display Garden.

False Indigo, Purple Coneflower, Prairie Dropseed Grass and Little Joe Pyeweed in the UUC Prairie Garden.

Prairie Dropseed Grasses and Big Blue Stem Grasses with other native perennials.

‘Little Henry’ Sweetspire shrubs, ‘Purple Palace’ Coral Bells, ‘Kodiak Orange’ Diervilla shrubs with other natives perennials.

Pagoda Dogwood tree in full autumn glory.

Thanks for checking out our work! To schedule spring maintenance or start planning a new installation project this summer check out our Contact Page and we’ll get back to you!

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