Whether it’s an urban oasis or rolling hill estate, we’re here to assist you find the right solution to your landscaping needs. Our process starts with a 1-hr consultation, then decide if we move to the design phase.
Inspired by the Llano uplift landscape, we transformed a suburban lawn into a wildlife habitat filled with native trees and flowering plants. The shaded backyard hosts native ferns, trees, shrubs, and personally sentimental plants. Berms and dry creek beds convey water away from the property, while also creating an idyllic background for carefully placed communal spaces.
A network of dry creek beds, berms, and swales captures and stores water in the ground while feeding the ecosystem and mitigating flooding. Excess stormwater flows into strategically placed swales and exits the property via the dry creek beds.
We planted twenty trees, multiple varieties of native grass, and countless perennials to create a habitat for local and migratory wildlife. Native, adapted, and cold-hardy plants blanket the front yard's hardscape, while the back and side yards are private and filled with tropicals, succulents, and perennials.
In addition to the landscape transformation, we also conceptualized, built, and installed the project's many design elements like the mailbox, gates, privacy screen, and planters.