B. Jane Gardens

(512) 296-2211

Services Provided
Landscape Design + Build

Areas Served
Greater Austin area including Westlake, Dripping Springs, Wimberley

Business Description
B. Jane Gardens is a full service Landscape Design + Build Group providing custom design and consultation work, high quality and efficient turnkey installation, and detailed garden maintenance in Austin, TX. Building gardens locally for over a decade, we are a team of talented designers, stone masons, concrete and metal workers, carpenters, arborists, irrigation and lighting specialists, gardeners, and pool builders. With a strong background in Sculpture and Landscape Design + Construction, we appreciate the importance of solving problems creatively, turning difficult situations into aesthetically pleasing and highly functional assets. Our goal is to provide our clients with unique outdoor living spaces designed to fit their lives.
Austin, TX US 
B. Jane 
Austin, Texas,
United States, 78757 
(512) 296-2211 
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10 Great Outdoor Chill Zones

Whether you have a huge poolside deck or a sliver of a patio, these ideas will kick stress to the curb all summer long Full Story
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Inhomedecorandmore, I adore your vintage patio set, and the colorful cushions, too! SCORE!
They were all the rage when I was a kid. My mom even used her set ( modular love seat, 2 chairs, glass coffee & end tables, and glass dining set) in the family room of one of her houses in 1963. I have no idea when she bought them.. 50's maybe?
Guess what? She still has that set on her covered patio. It's been re painted and new cushions have been professionally made a number of times over the years. I really like how they used to make em with that lip that the big chunky cushions fit into. Wrought iron just can't be beat for longevity . I have tried to talk her out of it a number of times, but she just gives me the " you'll have to wait til I die " line:(
My " auntie " ( mom's neighbor) still has her set too.
Those sets are STILL the MOST COMFORTABLE, aren't they?
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The idea of a steel structure to hold the drapes around our deck could be done using the concept in this picture.
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Simple Pleasures: Savor the First Spring Day in the Garden

The birds are chirping, the bulbs are blooming and the air is inviting. How will you answer the call of the garden? Full Story
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April 14, 2014 at 8:57pm   
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Peggy Aronson
Ahhhh, I don't think I've ever enjoyed spring weather more. We're having a warm and dry April in the Seattle area after the wettest March on record. I went out and moved some landscape plants and put in some veggies. Our black dog lay in the sun.
April 15, 2014 at 12:10pm   
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New Ways to Think About All That Mulch in the Garden

Before you go making a mountain out of a mulch hill, learn the facts about what your plants and soil really want Full Story
     Comment   April 3, 2014
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MFAMB--thank you!
April 14, 2014 at 5:24pm   
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I really don't care for mulch at all. We put beds all the way around a previous house & put down black plastic then mulch on top. Grass seeds made their way into the mulch & spread like the plague. When I would try to pull one piece of grass out a huge chunk of mulch would come with it because the roots were so extensive. I vowed to never mulch again. (I know, everyone is collectively gasping at the black plastic part. That was several years ago & at the time I knew nothing about mulching.)

We have bought a house & have been remodeling the inside for months, but I am dying to get out in the yard. Because of the way the land lays, the direction of the sun & several large trees, our front & back yards are shaded most of the time. The back yard is fenced in & our dog will be there. I plan to put in a lot of ferns & other native plants there & of course dig up a nice space so the dog can lay his belly on the cool dirt. If I do that, he tends to stay off of the flowers. There is a 5-foot wide bed across the front between the sidewalk and house. It has landscaping fabric, remnants of mulch & 4 Japanese yews. All of that will be gone soon. I also dislike yews very much. After I replant the bed, I am going to fill in with river rock because there are several neighborhood cats who seem to love hanging out in my yard. I really don't want to encourage them to use my flower beds as a litter box.

Anyone have suggestions of a nice, short shrub to put in front of the house? I live in Kentucky. I was thinking of using holly.
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15 Ideas for a Children’s Discovery Garden

Pique curiosity and encourage creativity by adding play features that appeal to kids’ imagination and senses Full Story
     Comment   March 24, 2014
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I love the idea of sandboxes, but if you have cats wandering free around your neighbourhood you probably want one you can cover up, or you've just created one giant litter box!
March 28, 2014 at 6:32pm     
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Grand kid adventures
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Review by Jilynn Davis:

I have been working with B Jane for more than 6months. The ongoing projects at my home are exciting to watch unfold. Stone walls, terracing. plantings, new si...
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Review by ashleydupree:

B. Jane Gardens is creative with design and aggressively manages a budget within what is requested by Estates owners. She knows the right direction to guide an...
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Review by Noel Roberts:

B. is absolutely terrific! Being completely horticulturally challenged, she worked with me to turn my Westlake jungle into a way cool garden spot. She has vis...
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Review by sweetpea78746:

Wonderful experience resulting in a lovely, ecologically smart landscape with nothing but compliments from all neighbors and friends! B Jane Gardens is knowled...
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