Mount Vernon Project
A front foundation landscape planting in Mount Vernon, NY. Traditional Rhododendron were used as the background shrub and a variety of perennials in front. The Astilbe is in full bloom.
A front yard foundation planting & stone walkway. Rhododendron, Astilbe, PJM, and a variety of low growing perennials are used in this foundation planting. The main front walkway is a wet laid flagstone and a secondary path in the lawn is made with 18" square blue stone.
A late June view of a front landscape foundation planting using Rhododendron, Astilbe, Verbena, Allysum & Lobelia. This planting design project is located in Southern Westchester.
Front yard masonry step and planting detail. Thermaled stone slabs with a rock faced edge were used for these garden steps. The wing walls are made with natural stone with tight fitted joints and capped with a thermaled rock faced bluestone. Perennial plantings help to soften the stone work. This masonry landscape architecture detail is located in Southern Weschester, NY.
A flagstone path, stone steps and stone wall coping detail. The stpping stone joints ere planted with a low growing Sedum. Perennial plantings help to soften the transitions of the garden intersection.
As you enter the side property via the stone garden steps and garden path you can catch a peak of this enclosed front yard made possible by a manicured Privet hedge. In the fore ground is a lush perennial garden planting with Verbena in bloom. This landscape design project is located in Mount Vernon, NY.
This stone landing features an over sized stone slab framed in with rock faced stone tread material. The risers are stucco to vissually tie the landing in with the house. You can catch a glimpse of the stone lawn border, a garden step and path. Lush planting details help to soften the stone work. This masonry and landscape project is located in Westchester, NY.
Stone treads & coping and stucco risers and sitting wall. Rhododendron and perennial plantings soften the terrace walls and anchor it to the garden. I recessed lighting fixtures under the stone coping. This masonry & garden design is located in Lower Westchester, NY.
A close up view of a set of bluestone & stucco set of steps that I designed & built to blend in with the existing house fascade.
This partly shaded side yard planting features groupings of PJM Rhododendron, Lamium, Sweet Woodruff & Euonymus to name a few.
A detailed view of a bluestone landing and garden steps in a back yard garden located in Westchester, NY.
A planting bed detail in a partly shaded location. This bed features Fern, Daylily, Boxwood & Mountain Laurel.
A stone landing, steps & a garden path. This masonry and landscape architectural design in located in Lower Westchester, New York.
This front yard makeover features a new formal stone walkway, stepping stone paths and lush plantings. This photo has been taken one year after completion. I also renovated the side yard terrace which had a railing. The railing was removed and I installed a sitting wall around the perimeter of the terrace and a new flagstone patio. I matched the stucco finish to the house. Lighting and a sound system has been built into the sitting walls. This renovation project is located in Southern Westchester.