Jay Sifford Garden Design
33 Reviews
A transformative garden is so much more than a decorated yard. It is a cohesive space that blends seamlessly with the architecture of the home. It tells the unique story of the land and of those who live there. It contains a spark of magic that beckons people to connect to it, explore and experience it. Such a space is authentic in its artistry by being so much more than the sum of its parts. It is a serene, nurturing place for life to happen. Building these gardens is our craft and our passion.

Services Provided
Garden Design, Landscape Design, Landscape design and installation

Areas Served
Charlotte, Marvin, Matthews, Myers Park, Pineville, Weddington, Cornelius, Huntersville, Davidson, Concord, Mt. Holly/Belmont, Gastonia

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz Service & Design Award, 2013-2018
Charlotte's Best of Houzz 2018 Landscape Designer

Contact: Jay Sifford
Location: 6027 Rexwood Place
Charlotte, NC 28210
Typical Job Costs: $10,000 - 75,000
Cost of job depends on scope of project.
Commented: Source for ferns and stones in Charlotte? Hi. Most of my sources sell only to wholesale customers, but Ross Farms in Ballantyne has a great selection of ferns and will sell to the public at a retail price point. I'd also recommend Pikes in Ba...
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Commented: When you put gravel do you have to put black plastic underneath to sto I hate weed cloth of any kind. From my experience, Margie is correct: it causes gravel migration and a slipping hazard. Here, weeds grow in the gravel on top of weed cloth. And I don't mind weeding. ...
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Commented: I would like to know what plant this is - I am intrigued It's begonia grandis, a hardy begonia in my area. It may or may not be hardy for you, depending on where you live. You can do a quick google search to find out.
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Commented: is this bush toxic to dogs? Some reports say mildly toxic, the USDA says no. Toxic in this case would be mild gastrointestinal issues. I've never seen a dog eat this plant. Your dog must be hungry!
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Commented: What type of Japanese maple is this? Acer palmatum 'Mikawa Yatsabusa'.
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Commented: What are the plants to the left & nursery recommendations? Thanks. The plants shown here are Thunderhead Japanese black pine, Orange Rocket barberry, and a weeping blue spruce. These aren't going to be easy for you to find, but the two retail nurseries I'd re...
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