Seventy Acres Landscape Architecture & Design
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The Seventy Acres design studio creates dynamic landscapes that deliver enhanced property values, increased functionality and refined aesthetics.

At Seventy Acres our first consideration is building collaborative relationships with our clients. Our priority is to listen to the needs and wishes for each individual project and bring together the best possible solutions through our unique, dynamic approach and refined aesthetics.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Custom Fire Pits, Custom Water Features, Drafting, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Green Roofing, Hardscaping, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Organic Gardens, Patio Design, Pool Landscaping, Project Management, Site Planning, Swimming Pool Design

Areas Served
Cannondale, Easton, Fairfield, Greenwich, New Canaan, North Stamford, Norwalk, Pound Ridge, Poundridge, Redding, Redding Center, Ridgefield, Scotts Corners, South Salem, Southport, Weston, Westport, Wilton, Fairfield County, Litchfield County

Certifications and Awards
Registered Landscape Architect in Connecticut
LEED Accredited Professional
Certified Master Gardener
Seventy Acres Landscape Architecture & Design is in the media, lecturing at events, participating in design juries and working on projects in Connecticut, New York and Colorado.
Contact: Brook Clark, Landscape Architect
Location: P.O. Box 696
Redding, CT 06896
Typical Job Costs: $100,000 - 1.5 million
Site / Landscape Construction Costs
Commented: What plants are used the photo. Hi Brenda -- In this photo there are Little Lime Hydrangeas and Lo & Behold Blue Chip Dwarf Butterfly Bush.
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Commented: Beautiful tree roses Yes, you're correct, they are a super hot pink rose standard. My mother always added a bit of Epsom salts to the base of her roses to get the leaves nice and dark... According to the National Gardenin...
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Commented: Pink Flower This is a hot pink rose standard -- it requires additional staking support as it get's quite top heavy when in full bloom!!
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