What We’re Working On: Summer-Fall 2020

November 19, 2020

It’s been awhile since we’ve updated everyone on what we’ve been working on throughout the summer and fall of this year. Although COVID has definitely slowed things down and messed with schedules, we’ve still kept busy with install projects. For most of the summer we worked on 2 projects, one in Kirkland and one in… Read more >

What We’re Working On: November 2019

November 21, 2019

The number of projects in installation has reduced but we’re just as busy with design work. This past month we’ve worked on concept designs for clients in Sammamish, Kirkland, and Bothell. First up, a Sammamish back yard. After that we worked on concepts for a new client in Kirkland. And lastly we have concepts for… Read more >

What is Your Landscape Style?

July 28, 2017

Take our quiz to find out what your landscape style is and let us know in the comments what you got! You can also share your results and have your friends take the quiz on other social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. Link to share is at the end of the quiz!

Plants for Garden Styles: Northwest

October 28, 2016

The northwest garden style includes many different aspects including asymmetry, year-round interest, and using native plants and a mix of woody and perennial plants. Asymmetrical landscape designs have a more natural, casual feel which is why they fit in so nicely in the northwest landscape. Having a mix of woody and perennial plants along with… Read more >

Robert Fairfax: Foliage, Form and Fantasy Morph in a Woodland Garden

September 6, 2013

On August 18th, I was lucky enough to  attend the annual Northwest Horticultural Society, Meet the Board Garden Tour.  This year’s tour focused on six gardens and one nursery located in Snohomish County.  As always, every  garden was a delight, full of inspiration and awe.  However, it was the 5 acre garden of Robert Fairfax… Read more >