Outsmarting the deer

Simply Flowers

Deer eat EVERYTHING. And when the property backs up to the Chattahoochee Nature Preserve, the flowers don’t stand a chance. We tried netting. The deer sliced it open with their hooves and continued to eat. We built wire hoops and put two layers of netting. A large buck mistook it for a fashion accessory. He…

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Atlanta’s welcome mat

Simply Flowers

Matching container gardens for shade bring elegance to the main entry doors at the International Check-In. Cordyline, Boston Ferns, mixed caladiums, Dragonwing Begonias, Torenia, and Creeping Plectranthus bring color and texture where there is very little light. Colorful displays greet visitors. Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world.  It is…

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Tying spaces together

Ed Castro Landscape

Our company was invited to assist with the homeowners’ pool project. They already had teamed with a pool contractor but wanted us to help finalize the design of the pool and create a beautiful garden environment to tie the entire space together. Our team designed the pool and the surrounding environment to include the pool…

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Bright spots in the shade

Floralis Garden Design

The landscape at the residence is simple, clean-lined, and mainly evergreen.  The container plantings are meant to accent the landscape, add seasonal color and interest, bring brightness to shade-filled areas of the landscape, and highlight areas of interest throughout the property. This Seasonal Container project is not only managed and maintained by our firm, but…

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Envisioning a dream come true

Unique Environmental Landscapes

Turning nightmares into dreams. The primary goal for these homeowners was to stop having nightmares about their back yard. They had dreams about hosting large family events (weddings, showers, holidays) but were at a complete loss about what to do. We convinced them they needed to do more than just expand the deck to achieve…

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Standout color

Flowerworx

This family was looking for a seasonal color design and installation that would stand out from all the competition in their neighborhood. The home is located on an elevated lot with a steep incline. They were counting on a big and bold color design that could be seen from the street below. To make a…

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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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Designing to control flow

Creating recreation spaces that address water runoff. The client’s goal for this project was to rehab a dilapidated portion of the property into a casual, highly-usable entertaining and recreation area with a low maintenance landscape to surround. The spaces, architectural feel, and overall design needed to mesh with the existing property, located in a historic…

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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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Fresh new landscape

Floralis Garden Design

Maximum use with minimum maintenance This project transformed an outdated and underutilized rear yard to a bright, new, fresh landscape beaming with appeal. The existing rear landscape offered a mix of grade changes, low walls, overgrown plant material, and bare landscape bed areas. Additionally, a central foundation in disrepair and small, chopped-up landscape spaces decreased…

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