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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Creating a neighborhood green space

Ed Castro Landscape

After purchasing the undeveloped 2.8 acre lot adjacent to their home to avoid over development in their neighborhood, our client wanted to restore the environmental health of the overgrown property while providing an inviting space for the entire neighborhood to enjoy. With thorough removal of invasive species, re-grading to reduce erosion, development of trails, orchards…

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‘Nature Smart’ and inspirational

The Fockele Garden Company

Smartville Garden is an outdoor classroom at a public elementary school where students, staff, parents and the community can experience the proven effects of nature on educational aptitude, health and wellbeing. Plant taxonomy and classification, water conservation, environmental awareness, nature science, and biology are taught via an instruction model that includes cross-connecting science, technology, engineering…

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Historic facelift

Plants Creative Landscapes

The owners of the property wanted to renovate the frontage to promote safety, delineate the business entrance, increase curb appeal as well as provide a seating area for its employees to use for business or pleasure by providing an outdoor room. Decorative pavers were used for the patio surface as an homage the colorful tile…

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Stepping it up

Ruppert Landscape

First class landscape upgrade. Situated in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta’s top business district, Alliance Center is comprised of two first-class office buildings. The tenants and their 2,500+ employees have access to a number of on-site amenities including covered parking, a fitness center, a restaurant, two cafés and more. Ultimately the owner/property management company wanted…

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Decked out back yard

Unique Environmental Landscapes

Making more space to enjoy the outdoors. When these owners purchased the home, the pool had minimal decking only on one side. Past the pool area, there was no useable space due to a strong slope in the upper turf area. We created pool decking to include all four sides using Travertine for an updated…

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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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Patio solves slope and shade

Unique Environmental Landscapes

Terraced outdoor space for coffee and happy hours. The backyard was a complete oversight on the behalf of the builder. First, he installed Bermuda sod in a completely shaded backyard – destined to doom. Having worked with our firm previously, the homeowner already knew this would be a problem and contacted us upon the closing.…

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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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