MJ McCabe-Garden Design
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M.J. McCabe has been designing residential landscapes for over 20 years. After completing the Landscape Design Certification at The New York Botanical Garden, she traveled extensively to study garden design in England, Ireland and Japan.

A convergence of these styles is reflected in her elegant and enduring landscapes, set primarily along the Connecticut shoreline. An ongoing collaboration with skilled landscape contractors, masons and carpenters produces landscapes that complement and enhance your home and your lifestyle.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Garden Design, Hardscaping, Site Planning, Masonry, Trellis Construction, Residential Landscape Consultations, Master Plans

Areas Served
Branford, Cheshire, Durham, Guilford, Guilford Center, Madison, Madison Center, New Haven, North Haven, Northford, Wallingford, Old Saybrook, Old Lyme, Killingworth, Essex, Clinton, westbrook, West Hartford, Farmingon

Certifications and Awards
APLD Small Garden Design Award-2010
Member of the Garden Writers Association
Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Board Member
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2016
Contact: Janie McCabe
Location: 205 Clintonville Road
Northford, CT 06472
Typical Job Costs: $5,000 - 30,000
Master plans, Site work, soil preparation, Plant selection, Masonry, planting,mulching, irrigation work, Maintenance--
Commented: Really love this border! Roses? The rose is Mystic Meidiland which is sadly no longer being grown https://www.heirloomroses.com/mystic-meidilandr.html--I would suggest a good substitution would be the Drift series of roses--especial...
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Commented: Where can I get the fence? this is a ready made fence--which came from a supplier in New Haven , CT not sure where you are located--it is about 4' high--cedar which we painted a dark green--
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Commented: Buddleia? Yes--It is Buddleia alternifolia 'argentea' Here in CT it blooms about the first week in June--very fragrant--For the rest of the season, it has arching silver foliage that cascades over the garden--I...
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Commented: Show Us Your Gardens - A Photo Thread -February 2015 Mounds and mounds of snow and they are predicting more??? Even thought this has been a snow- ladened winter I am truly grateful for the wonderful insulation it has provided to our shrubs and perennial...
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Commented: what is the name of the rose and clematis in this picture? No-- in new england they bloom most of june and july-- then intermittent in September, but not evergreens
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Commented: So pretty! the boxwood is a dwarf form called 'Tide Hill'--- in early spring they are light green and darken to a deep green later in the season
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