Cory Spencer Partners

(434) 872-9053
coryspencer.com

Business Description
We provide design and project management expertise to residential renovation projects. With a classic aesthetic and creative flair we have assisted on a broad spectrum of projects from garden design to fabric selection. Working in conjunction with Madison Spencer Architects, no project is either too large or too small for us.
Location:
Charlottesville, VA US 
Contact:
Kim Cory 
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Address:
306 East Main Street
Charlottesville, VA 22920 
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Give Your Lawn a Taste of the Wild

Consider the joys of an irregularly trimmed meadow lawn: It’s ecofriendly, visually interesting and still good for romping Full Story
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tati
Do your homework with cow parsley if you are considering planting it. In some states I read it is very invasive and banned. It does infect other plants. Try Whorled Milkweed (Asclepias verticillata) instead. It is a native flower in the midwestern/eastern states.
May 30, 2014 at 3:18am   
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Kathleen
Interesting post. I live in the US but have visited my close family in England (spending many summers there as a child). My Uncle lives on a farm - lots of agricultural use of the land but few wild meadows unless you visit the historical properies. I am most taken with the village church cemeteries and greens, and the way they have used wild flowers and less mowing for a stunning affect. Meadows are beautiful, however in the ever crowded cities and suburban areas not an alternative way of gardening. By all means a cottage garden with a little or no grass can be as beautiful as a country meadow. Sustains wild life with fewer chemicals and has a personality that mowed grass and shrubs pruned into unnatural shapes could ever have. Here in the Mountains of North Carolina the natural world is breath taking. However, like some have noted you will bring home the tics and have snakes a few steps away. Wild fires are a concern. I have beautiful views of the mountains and forest but close to our house we have cultivated flower gardens where you can see what is out and about!
June 2, 2014 at 6:55pm   
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