Red Hook Front Yard

After being devastated by Hurricane Sandy, this Red Hook, Brooklyn garden needed new plants and new life. The owners wanted more usable space, a large outdoor kitchen, privacy screening, and plants that would withstand future flooding. New Eco designed and built custom cedar cabinetry with stainless counters and sink. Lighting, furniture, and a potted herb garden were also designed and installed.

A flagstone path leads to a lounge area surrounded by native plants that tolerate salt spray and flooding. Rhododendron, yucca, lavender, and juniper are just a few of the plants that soften the space and provide yearly blooms.
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“Simplicity and Clean Lines” — annehaber
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“You can also use moss to dress up planters, assuming you pair it with acid-loving plants, site it in” — Elaine Buck
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“Lights and planters” — mamber8377
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