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Photo of a mid-sized traditional full sun front yard stone landscaping in New York.

Less Lawn More GardenTraditional Landscape, New York

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Photo of a mid-sized traditional full sun front yard stone landscaping in New York. —  Houzz

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Mary wrote:Nov 12, 2012
Jack Hutch wrote:Nov 26, 2012
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    Thanks for your comment. This house is actually in New Rochelle, NY in Westchester, NY
  • karen1551
    It does look like the house in Rochester My first thought
obxdreaming wrote:Dec 26, 2012
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    hi obbdreaming, see this response from the homeowner:

    The paint colors on the house are from Sherwin Williams. Although I do not remember the names of the colors off the top of my head, the shutters are black and the body of the house was one step down on the same card.

    As for the door, this is original to the house, built in 1924. We touched up the color with fresh cherry colored stain about ten years ago, and now the color is a bit of a blend of old stain color, new stain color and some fading. Not something easily replicated!
debs000 wrote:Feb 11, 2013
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    That stone is Pennsylvania Field Stone.
  • legero
    This view says "welcome home." Lovely execution. So peaceful. Great job.
Rebecca Matz Rossiter wrote:Apr 1, 2013
Mary Garcia wrote:Apr 6, 2013
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    This is not the place for SPAM rodriessumner - please respect our community. Thanks!
farmhouse888 wrote:Oct 27, 2013
are you available for projects located in long island ny?

  • khuppert
    Can you tell me the planting use to the right of the front door in the picture.
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    Thanks is a variegated red twig dogwood shrub - Cornus alba 'Ivory Halo'. Good luck with your project.

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
    www.WestoverLD.com
Alison wrote:May 9, 2014
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    Hello alpage, thanks for your e-mail. We used "Blue Maid" Holly for this project. Thanks for the compliments! I really appreciate it. Good luck with your project.

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design
jfjchastain wrote:Jun 18, 2014
What are the plants in front and back of the fence?

- I have a white picket fence and I am looking for ideas.

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    Hello jfjchastain, thanks for your question. The plants in front of the fence are a mix of day lilies and daffodils - the ones behind the fence are red twig dogwood and Limelight Hydrangea. Hope this helps.

    Good luck with your project!

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
nickimann wrote:Jul 21, 2014
What are the stones for the walkway? And how did you lay them?

- What are the stones for the front walkway and how were they laid?

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    Thanks for your question nickimann, the walkway was installed using large Pennsylvania Field Stone. Each stone is approximately 3 to 3 1/2 feet wide and about 2-3 inches thick. They are each set in a base of gravel and stone dust and have space between each stone for soil and grass seed for the lawn.

    Hope this helps.

    Good luck with your project.

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design
  • Jerry Runnels

    i am having a very similar walkway installed in my side yard using large irregular shaped stones like those in your picture. My installer says they dont use sand or any other base beneath the stones but instead level each stone in its own individual place. That doesnt sound right to me....does it to you? 95lineal feet of walkway installed that way for $1300....is that estimate reasonable? It includes the stone and also removing the excess dirt and sod from the premises. Thanks for your help.


Katie Groves wrote:Aug 8, 2014
Breathtaking. How was the edging done especially near the house?

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    Hi Katie, thanks for the compliment. The edging is a simple cut edge between the lawn and gardens, nothing fancy. The gravel seating area has a Belgin Block edging at grade to help keep the gravel from migrating into the lawn or garden beds. Hope this helps. Good luck with your project.

    Robert Welsch
    Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
lbelch wrote:Apr 15, 2016
    testigo84 wrote:Aug 14, 2016
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      hello testigo84. This photo was taken using a 14' ladder from the street in front of the house. The house in located in New Rochelle, NY in Westchester County.

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