Shade gardens offer opportunities to grow a wide variety of lush flowering plants that appreciate protection from blazing sun. Hardy Rhododendrons, spring wildflowers, ferns and Hosta form a restful garden environment, for spending a quiet moment or to view from indoors.
Rhododendrons, ferns, evergreens and wildflowers thrive in this cool environment. A thick layer of woodchips was spread on this once-sandy bank before planting. It quickly decomposed to create a sheet of compost that suppressed weeds and enriched the soil, encouraging a rich variety of plants to thickly clothe the bank.
SHADY BOULDER GARDEN
Rock gardens in the shade can harbor wildflowers, hosta and a grand array of tiny ferns and trailing groundcovers. Rhododendrons add height, structure and color to woodland gardens.
SPRING GARDEN IN THE WOODS
Before the trees leaf out, a glorious spread of bulbs and wildflowers make an enchanted forest scene. Woodchips keep the ground clear until shade-loving groundcovers blanket the soil, creating a lush, sustainable environment.
NATURAL PRIVACY SCREEN
Tired of looking at the neighbor's garage? Flowering trees, shrubs and evergreens makes a tapestry of changing seasonal interest that also provides food and cover for wildlife.
HAVE A GARDEN WITHOUT GARDENING
Colorful flowering trees and shrubs surround you in beauty and draw your eyes upward, expanding your garden into the sky. Low maintenance is easy with a deep, woodchip mulch. If you love nature, but don’t have time to “fuss”, we can create this kind of sanctuary for you.
BIRCH GROVE FOR QUICK SHADE
No shade? Plant a birch grove, underplant with azaleas, daffodils and groundcovers for a carefree woodland scene that will bring the blessings of welcome shade to a sun-parched landscape.