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Vivid color and abundant texture

Compelling designs that last all season. This homeowner wants a variety of colors and textures. The textures need to be mostly flowering. The variety of premium quality plants used ensured a vivid display of color and textures. These zinnias (left) provided an abundance of flowers all through the summer. The array of colors and textures make this…

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Big, bold color

FlowerWorx

Bold seasonal color that thrives in the summer heat. This estate property in the heart of Sandy Springs has close to 1500 square feet of annual beds throughout its four acres of land. The property was installed with a lush landscape design theme with many varieties of trees, evergreens, conifers and blooming plant material and…

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Bold, bright flower beds

Gibbs Landscape Company

 Vibrant seasonal color. Our client wants bright reds and yellows with varying textures. The beds are long but the depth is challenging for all the layers requested. A beautiful display using reds and yellows of varying heights, colors and textures. The Aaron Caladium add nice texture and height to the back of the beds. Vibrant…

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Splashy seasonal color

Gibbs Landscape Company

Vibrant colors and textures make an impact. This homeowner enjoys their seasonal color splashed across their yard.  The vibrant contrasting colors with the use of a variety of textures fulfills this homeowner’s objective for their summer display of seasonal color. Then the reality of the summer’s heat and dry spells sets in and makes it…

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Creating a grand show place

Chatham Landscape Services

Accentuating the amenities. This property went through major renovations inside and out. We were asked by the homeowner to design and install new seasonal color beds and containers to match the grand scale of the eight-acre property and accentuate the new amenities as well as the existing features: front water feature, pool area, outdoor kitchen,…

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Innovative and creative

Gibbs Landscape Company

Seasonal color design not the “same ole, same ole.” This homeowner was exhausted of seeing the “same ole, same ole” in her container garden. She wanted something more than the ordinary fern in the center with flowers surrounding it; she was looking for containers that were innovative, exciting and creative.  With this thought-provoking challenge, we were beyond excited…

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Like it’s always been there

Floralis Garden Design

New outdoor living space that blends in. A complete side-yard renovation project, inclusive of an architecture remodel and addition, this project met the aesthetic-appeal and outdoor living goals of the homeowners. The bluestone terrace allows for outdoor casual conversation seating, a grilling area, and is complemented by a secondary pea gravel dining space, framed in…

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Balcony transformed

Bennett Design & Landscape

Redesigned deck project. The construction of this 2,200 square foot balcony project started approximately five years ago. We were hired to salvage as much of the original construction as possible and re-design to complete the installation. We designed the space to complement the existing building façade while using materials that are low maintenance. The fire…

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Container gardens accent your landscape

Floralis Garden Design

Containers add interest and highlights. The landscape at this residence is simple, clean-lined, and mainly evergreen.  The container plantings are meant to accent the landscape, add seasonal color and interest, and highlights areas of interest throughout the property. A close-up view of the front porch troughs consisting of a semi-permanent container planting of Autumn Fern,…

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Big ideas for small spaces

King Landscaping

Make your outdoor living space cozy, creative, and connected. You don’t need a big yard to have an inviting space that beckons you and your family outdoors. Think “cozy,” “creative,” and “connected.” Q: What’s the definition of a small space? A: I consider a small space backyard garden to be no bigger than the footprint…

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