Floralis Garden Design

Pairing landscape with architecture

Timeless and classic front landscape The existing front landscape offered mix of grade changes, low walls, overgrown plant material, and bare landscape bed areas.¬† ¬†Additionally, a driveway in disrepair and outdated accents on the home decreased the visual curb appeal. Our design removed the front lawn terrace concept and the front landscape beds and re-graded the lawn areas for a …

UAC-adminPairing landscape with architecture
Floralis Garden Design

Facade and rear yard makeover

Outdated exterior and unused rear yard now bright and fresh. The existing rear landscape offered mix of grade changes, low walls, overgrown plant material, an abandoned pond, and unusable landscape areas. Additionally, a rear terrace in disrepair and poor transitions between existing outdoor spaces rendered this property mostly unused. Our design removed the rear landscape terrace, steps, and pond; soil …

UAC-adminFacade and rear yard makeover
Floralis Garden Design

Like it’s always been there

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 complimented by a secondary pea gravel dining space, framed in bluestone to carry a cohesive …

UAC-adminLike it’s always been there
Floralis Garden Design

Container gardens accent your landscape

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, Asparagus Fern, Diamond Frost Euphorbia, …

UAC-adminContainer gardens accent your landscape