Larkspur Design
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A landscape design firm committed to the creation of artistic and ecologically rich gardens that resonate with the architecture, history and spirit of each site.

We design, install and maintain gardens and landscapes of all sizes for residential and commercial properties. Through our designs, we aim to increase the sustainability, biodiversity and beauty of each and every property. We use only the highest quality plants sourced from local nurseries as well as indigenous, organic landscape materials. We have a particular interest in utilizing and conserving native plant communities of New England but we appreciate the diversity, functions, and visual interest that non-native species can provide where appropriate. We are very careful to incorporate only those plants that have proven to be non-invasive in this region. We use only natural stones in our hardscape designs.

Services Provided
Custom Fire Pits, Custom Water Features, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Landscape Construction, Landscape Lighting Installation, Landscape Maintenance, Mulching, Organic Gardens, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Patio Construction, Planting, Pool Landscaping, Site Preparation, Tree Planting, Weed Control, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Patio Design

Areas Served
Cape Elizabeth, Cousins Island, Cumberland Center, Cumberland Foreside, Falmouth, Falmouth Foreside, Gorham, Littlejohn Island, Long Island, Peaks Island, Portland, Scarborough, South Portland, South Portland Gardens, South Windham, West Scarborough, Westbrook, Windham, Yarmouth
Cumberland County Leading Landscape Design-Best of Houzz Award Winner

Contact: Seana Cullinan
Location: 76 Mayer Road
Portland, ME 04102
Typical Job Costs: $1,500.00 - $20,000
Commented: are the decking and stairs ressure treated wood or trex type decking? Hello James- I'm not sure. We didn't build the deck. I do know that it is made of wood, just not sure exactly what kind. Sorry!
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Commented: What is the yellow flowering plant next to the house? That is a yellow Baptisia (False Indigo). It's a beautiful plant!
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