Whether it's the rolling hills and vineyards of Tuscany or the vibrant color of Andalusian styles, Mediterranean Landscapes share a few common themes. We like to call it a 'European' layout. Along with an open, airy feeling of freedom, this landscape design style generally follows a symmetrical formation. Best sun exposure: North, East, West, and partial shade.
A well designed tropical landscape can be very beautiful. Typically, it's made up of plants with very large leaves and flowers with intense color. Lush foliage builds in height towards the back of the landscape, creating a dense planting area. Best sun exposure: North, East, and partial shade.
This form of design incorporates the practice of water conservation and is sometimes called 'Natural style'. Natural woodlands can be referred to as a good example of this style. Xeriscaping is commonly used in many coastal gardens and urban landscape projects. This landscape design style can be quite beautiful and full of life. The popular Southwest style is no exception, however, these designs require proper planning to ensure their success. The use of drought tolerant and native plants is highly recommended. Best sun exposure: All sun exposures.
Traditional and Formal design heavily depends on straight lines and geometrical shapes. The plantings are orderly and neatly pruned to maintain their formal effect. Best sun exposure: North, East, West, and partial shade.
Organic and Free-form design (informal) is the exact opposite of the formal style. A more relaxed feel is achieved by using curved lines and irregular shapes. The plantings are massed in a more informal manner, creating a naturalistic appearance. Best sun exposure: North, East, West, and partial shade.
We are considered a 'one-stop-shop' company. We can create virtually anything you can imagine for your outdoor living space. Our specialties include: