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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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A touch of Italy

Home & Garden Design

More space and sun, plants, and vehicles. These homeowners wanted more space for vehicles to enter and exit and originally requested that the existing hollies to the right of the driveway be removed. To bring a touch of Italy to the property, they wanted the hollies to be replaced with an Italian cypress hedge. The…

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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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Re-designed for flow

Unique Environmental Landscapes

Small in-town space turned functional. The homeowner had just finished the expansion of their outdoor sunroom and wanted to pull together the back yard to create a more functional garden space. We had previously completed a similar project for her next-door neighbor, so she was familiar with the elements she wanted to incorporate into her project. The yard…

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Minimal maintenance, water smart

Southern Trillium, LLC

Private garden tailored to homeowners’ life. The new homeowners’ main objective was to transform the small lot into a private garden that they could enjoy with minimal maintenance, as they planned to do almost all of the maintenance themselves. They wanted a small sitting area in the front yard to relax and see neighbors as…

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Wide appeal in narrow space

Unique Environmental Landscapes

Maximum outdoor living. This small in-town yard (a little over 2000 sq. ft.) did nothing for the homeowner as far as usability and entertainment. There was a very small concrete back patio beneath the deck and the rest of the yard sloped away or uphill, making it unusable. The back yard and side yard are very narrow, with…

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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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Small space, big entrance

Planters, Inc.

Driveway and plantings enhance the entrance of the home. Given the limited in-ground space allowed, this small scale in town project demonstrates a deliberate, careful choice of plant material to both soften and complement the architecture. The texture was prioritized over color, maturity over volume, and less over more. The owner’s objectives were to create…

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