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The Artistry of Landscape
The Artistry of Landscape

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This episode reveals the finished landscape of our project in Ridgewood, NJ. In the front yard, layered plants were used to add depth and interest to the entrance of the home. A pink Crape Myrtle and a white Dogwood Wood tree give colorful focal points to the area. Boxwoods, Holly and a variety of other plants surround the trees to create intrigue and curb appeal.

In the backyard, the homeowner wanted more privacy for their pool and patio area. A greenscreen was planted along the fencing as well as roses and other flowers for color. Our challenge was to make the landscape have a linear feel. We graded the entire area and added retaining walls with Bluestone caps and boulders to transition into the large lawn. Simple elegance was kept in mind while designing the stone steps and garden beds that lead to the patio and pool. LED lights that turn on and change color through an app on the homeowner’s phone were installed in the pool for night time entertainment. Landscape lighting rounds out the project by highlighting the sophisticated modulation of the driveway, walkway, patio and pool areas.
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This commercial landscape project gives a fresh and updated look to a retirement home in Denville, NJ. We redesigned a pre-existing waterfall to make it have a larger visual impact in the space. By moving the waterfall back and raising it up we created a meandering stream into a small pond. Natural stone was used to widen the base of the stream and make the soothing sounds of the water more audible. We also increased the hardscape area near the new water feature to accommodate residents with additional seating on the patio.

Plantings define the space and will change with the seasons to add a variety of color and texture. White Pine trees, Dogwood trees, Colorado Blue Spruce trees and a Southern Magnolia tree provide a lush screening along the building which creates visual depth and character to the garden. Roses, Hydrangeas, Rhododendrons, and perennials such as Daisies and Black-eyed Susan will keep the space blooming with flowers and color from May until frost. To finalize the landscape design, soft lighting was installed in the space to highlight trees, walkways and the water feature.
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View our top landscape maintenance tips and catch up on the latest episodes of the Tode Show. See our BBQs, ponds, stone work. poolscapes and so much more!

#landscapetips #landscapingtips #masonry #ponds #poolscape #bluestone #garden #curbappeal #landscapelighting #backyard #frontyard
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One of our favorite ideas....pay it forward while enjoying the outdoors!
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By doing the following three things, your lawn will improve the overall appearance of your property’s landscape.

#landscapingtips #landscapedesign #landscapemaintenance
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Imagine cooling off in this amazing river...Colors brought to you by natural growing PLANT LIFE! 🌱👌😎
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Every property that we take care of is unique and has its own challenges, so we come up with a specific program and schedule for each client to accommodate these needs. Click to let us implement the right landscape maintenance plan for you.
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Learn about our top landscape maintenance tips to keep your landscape looking lush, green, and amazing for years to come.

Whether your landscape design is large or small it is important to implement proper practices to keep your property looking its best. Fertilization, pruning, plant material, and irrigation all are a part of making your overall design healthy and beautiful.

Allow your outdoor oasis look great for years to come with our landscape maintenance advice.
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