At Designing Eden llc, the landscapes we design and install tend to have a lot of seasonal interest. We accomplish this by using a mixture of various flowering trees, shrubs, perennials and groundcovers. For most of our clients, that approach is more than sufficient in terms of providing enough seasonal color in their landscape or […]
This week will be my 5th computer aided design class. As you can see from my original post about my experience with getting back into CAD for landscape design, I have made huge progress. This landscape design is not a homework assignment but an actual landscape design project for Designing Eden LLC. Take a look.
Because most plants are not mature at the time of installation into new landscapes, there is a tendency to plant trees and shrubs closer together than they probably should be planted. What happens is, everything looks good for a couple of years and then one day your landscape is out of control. Resist the temptation
Here are pictures of a recent project we completed a couple of weeks ago. The makeover included a new landscape and paint for a historic house in downtown Ridgefield, CT. Our project included the removal of existing plants, transplanting some Boxwoods and Hydrangeas, widening the small existing plant beds, removing the lawn and installing new