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There are all kinds of 'Specialty Gardens' that we can create. This Killingworth client wanted to attract birds. It came down to selecting and placing both flowers and shrubs that would attract birds and provide shelter. We selected a solar birdbath that constantly recirculates water.
These Madison clients wanted to enhance their hillside. We planted lots of hostas and other shade plants with a variety of foliage colors. We incorporated a stone bench and this has now become a favorite summer reading nook.
Just because Old Man Winter has a firm grip outside, doesn't mean your garden can't still be beautiful. With careful selection of plant material such as this weeping spruce combined with other garden ornaments like this trellis and bird house, the snow and frost can create a winter wonderland.
Colorful lilies pop in this transitional garden in Killingworth. Underneath a small dogwood, the canopy doesn't quite cover the entire garden. Selecting colorful plants that tolerate light shade give life to this transitional garden.
Varying foliage texture and color are some of the things we enjoy the most. The flowers are a bonus, but every plant in your garden should look great. Even when not in bloom, each plant should contribute to the interest of your garden.
This Old Saybrook summer home is filled with colorful perennials that bloom all summer. Careful selection must be made for seaside gardens as not all plants can tolerate the salty air. This garden is a colorful delight from spring to frost.
This Clinton client wanted a moon garden. White blooms and silver foliage stand out in the soft moonlight.
Delineation between properties can be important, but if not done carefully can also be offensive. This client wanted some delineation between she and her neighbors. Not wanting to offend, we installed a short picked fence and filled the front with perennials. Now instead of being an offensive fence, it's just a garden border delightful to both neighbors.