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Living Walls

Living Walls are a system of compartments that are mounted vertically and contain various plants arranged in interesting patterns to create a wall of lush living art. Living Walls can create privacy, reduce unwanted noise, and add beauty to any area. Many different types of plants can be used, including annuals, perennials, vegetables, succulents, natives, ferns, and vines. Free form patterns of plant material create the textured look of a tapestry. Geometric patterns can lend a sophisticated modern look. Dense plantings of ferns resemble lush jungle walls.

We recommend the Vertexx Living Wall System – this system is constructed of galvanized steel panels and sturdy plastic planting trays suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Individual wall sections are 8 feet tall by 4 feet wide, and can be linked together to form larger walls, or trimmed to fit any space. The system is designed to keep weed seeds from germinating, and adding an automatic irrigation and fertilization system creates a low maintenance vertical growing surface.

A variety of other Living Wall, Living Fence, and Living Retaining Wall Systems are available.


Edible Landscapes

Edible landscaping is the practical integration of food plants within an ornamental or decorative setting. The same design principles as for ornamental landscapes are used, while substituting edible plants such as lettuces, berries, vegetables and fruit trees for some of the otherwise inedible plantings. Using edibles in landscape design can enhance a garden by providing a unique ornamental component with additional health, aesthetic, and economic benefits. Edible landscaping is a mixture of beauty and utility.


Dry Creekbeds

Dry creekbeds are a good way to add visual interest to the landscape by suggesting the presence of water, and by adding texture and elevation change to your landscape. They are an excellent way to address drainage and erosion issues, and are easier to maintain than a French drain. Even if you do not have drainage problems they can be an attractive addition to your garden.


Water Features

Adding an outdoor water feature, such as as a small pond or a trickling fountain can add ambient noise, and brings a sense of serenity and relaxation to your landscape. It can be the focal point of your garden or tucked away in a private corner. Water features attract beautiful wildlife, including birds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects to your garden.

The different types of water features available include:

  • Ponds, Streams, and Waterfalls
  • Fountains and Birdbaths


Endless Pools

An Endless Pool is a pool that allows you to exercise or swim-in-place against an adjustable current in the privacy of your own property. It is a good alternative if you have limited space for a traditional sized pool. Additionally, less chlorine is needed, and they are more economical to run as they use fewer resources than a traditional swimming pool. Installation can be done indoors or outdoors – in ground or above.


Irrigation Water Auditing

An irrigation audit is a procedure used to collect data and provide information about the uniformity of application, rate of precipitation, and overall condition of an irrigation system. By following the proper auditing techniques, irrigation systems can be evaluated, and the resulting information used to schedule irrigation appropriately. Audits are most often performed on sprinkler type systems, but can also be used in testing drip irrigation systems.

The irrigation audit consists of three main activities:

  • Site Inspection
  • Performance Testing
  • Irrigation Scheduling

Each activity helps to determine whether the landscape, garden, or turf areas are getting the right amount of water. Together, these activities provide landscape maintenance personnel or homeowners a customized irrigation program based on site specific conditions and irrigation system performance, often resulting in significant water and cost savings.


Rainwater Harvesting

Designing and Installing Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and deposition of rainwater for reuse on-site, rather than allowing it to run off, and is a great way to water your landscape.


Graywater Systems

Designing and Installing Residential Graywater Systems

Graywater systems could provide an estimated 30% reduction in water use for the average household. Especially during a drought, this is an ecologically sustainable way to water your landscape.


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