It’s time to change out your containers!

November 11, 2014

I was recently having a conversation with someone who said that there was no point in planting containers now since we are approaching winter… What?!? I had to bite my tongue. Because as I see it winter is the time we need the most color. In summer bountiful plants and color surround us, but in… Read more >

Edmonds Backyard Landscape A small Edmonds landscape gets a makeover: problem solved

February 4, 2014

A small  Edmonds backyard renovation- Before and after… Often times it is a problem that sparks a new landscaping project.  In the case of this small Edmonds backyard, the area below was the problem: the ground had been sinking. Our best guess was that when the house was built there had been a large tree… Read more >

Mill Creek Curb Appeal- The progression of a project

July 29, 2013

As most projects do, it all started with a phone call. We discussed the project and setup a consultation. Located in a cute little neighborhood in Mill Creek it was already one of the most well maintained yards on the block. Older developments tend to be filled with overgrown plant material that has been sheered… Read more >

Northwest Flower & Garden Show 2013

March 1, 2013

Living Amongst the Stars, the Garden Takes Center Stage Our garden at the 2013 Northwest Flower & Garden Show was a contemporary outdoor space- an intimate garden for two- to get away, and become one with the space, to become a different character than our 8 to 5 selves; one that is deeply grounded in… Read more >

Woodland garden after (11) A backyard transformation: Woodland garden in the city

February 1, 2013

An unusable and overgrown slope is transformed into a low-maintenance woodland garden…   This site had a great woodsy feeling and a lot of potential but was an unusable space overtaken by brush, weeds and other unwanted plants. The homeowner was overwhelmed with the scope of the project and how to tackle it.  He had received bids from… Read more >