Georgetown Residence

A renovation of a classic Georgetown garden.
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Molly Scott, RLA The back yard before installation--a wild tangle! The client wanted a quintessential Georgetown "Secret Garden" within the tall brick walls. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
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Molly Scott, RLA The front entry before--overtaken by Ivy! Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
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Molly Scott, RLA After installation the back yard is an eclectic mix of brilliant color and varied texture. There is always something in bloom! A gorgeous new patio in the garden provides a place to enjoy the color. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
“Nice drainage piece” — Janet Kavinoky
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Molly Scott, RLA Details in the paving add interest even when the plants aren't blooming. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
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Molly Scott, RLA The front yard after installation. The entry courtyard is open an welcoming due to the renovated wall, walkway and plantings. The client added a new portico (by others) as well. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
“brick design wall” — saumen
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Molly Scott, RLA Plantings at the front entry are varied and provide color and interest year 'round. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
“fence between us and hazelnut orchard” — pldon
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Molly Scott, RLA The client found fabulous window grilles at a local antique shop--mounted in the back yard on the brick wall they create interest and a new texture in the lush back yard. Lounge chairs and a portable fire pit complete the space. Installation by McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
“Planters” — mom2bassets
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