This handsome vintage wrought iron fence was salvaged and incorporated into a Cape Neddick design.

One of my seaside garden designs still showing off in the fall.

We created a magical seaside garden for a client in Kennebunkport, Maine.

Reclaimed granite is one of our favorite hardscape materials to use in our designs.

Birds love this custom stone birdbath.

The delivery of specimen Carpinus Frans Fontaine for a project in Ogunquit, Maine.

Stone can make the most amazing sculptural statement.

Let it rain!

Asclepias tuberosa is prized for its large, flat-topped clusters of bright orange and yellow flowers.

Our design services include outdoor accessories like this handsome market umbrella.

We love pool makeovers! This Rye, NH project features custom English planters filled with attractive plant material.

Large boulders beautifully retain earth.

Top view of an herb garden.

A scenic view from one of our client's landscapes on Drakes Island.

We love to use blueberry plants in our designs.

Thomas works with a great team of tradespeople - some can even cut XL boulders like a loaf of bread.

Boulders add contrast and interest in a landscape.

A hedge of Carpinus Frans Fontaine looks terrific on day one of installation.

We have a great source for high-quality awnings.

We designed a beautiful seaside garden along Ogunquit's famous Marginal Way using native plant material . This garden design was awarded official designation as a certified wildlife habitat.

Delivery of bluestone for a new walkway in Hampton Falls, NH.

View from one of our client's landscape on the Kennebunk River.

Installing 50,000 square feet of sod for a project in Ogunquit, Maine.

A tractor trailer delivery of sod - now that's an instant lawn!

A blueberry bush in bloom.

We discovered this vintage, hand-forged wrought iron fence in a salvage yard in Maine. It will be used for one of our projects in Cape Neddick.

Crisp lines and 90 degree angles never disappoint.

Reclaimed granite steps and boulders are installed for a project in NH; plantings are next.

Once a landscape design is complete, we love to accessorize - especially with unique items.

Vista from a beautiful public garden we designed in Ogunquit, Maine.

Delivery of specimen magnolia trees for one of our projects.

Stone offers a dramatic backdrop for native Echinacea.

Even heavy rains and mud won't stop our progress.

Sandblasting a compass rose for a project in Kennebunk, Maine.

Installing a boulder retaining wall.

Sawing a massive granite platter for a project in Cape Neddick, Maine.

This seaside meadow design is most spectacular during the summer months.

We designed a custom wrought iron fence for a Cape Neddick project using vintage materials.

We make instant lawns happen.

Installing thousands of perennials for an Ogunquit, Maine project.

Planting blueberry plants for our seaside garden project.

It's always fun to visit stone yards to select reclaimed granite for our projects.

Spreading organic compost for one of our projects. Good soil is paramount.

This seaside garden we designed along Marginal Way in Ogunquit, Maine won an International GOLD Design Award from the APLD.

A handsome display of potted plants and vintage watering cans.

Removing the root system of a very large tree for a York, Maine project.

Maine native Tsuga canadensis.

Installing a boulder retaining wall using locally sourced materials.

We love to use unusual plant material in our designs. This Ironweed (Vernonia noveboracensis), a native plant, offers intense color and can grow up to 7' tall.

We designed this natural seating area for a project in Kennebunkport, Maine; bring on the furniture.

A redesign project in progress for a Rye, NH client.

Installing blueberry plants.

Native grasses are carefully placed according to the planting design. Let the digging begin!

Planting falls mums for a client in Kennebunk, Maine.

A small pocket garden of herbs.

A snapshot from our public garden design project in Ogunquit, Maine.

Preparing to install a new bluestone walkway for a Kennebunk, Maine project.

Amelanchier canadensis are underplanted with native grasses.

An expansive ocean view from one of our Kennebunkport, Maine projects.

A variety of plant material perfectly softens the stone steps and walkway.

Day one of a newly installed woodland garden on Spinney Creek, Kittery, Maine.

Hundreds of native perennials being placed for planting.

Maine native Black Chokeberry (Aronia melancarpa) in fruit.

We created a stone courtyard high above the waters in Kittery, Maine.

We love to use natural stone materials in our designs.

Project

A majestic lawn showcases the beautiful seaside garden we designed.

Fern (Phegopteris decursive-pinnata) enjoying the sparse rays of sunshine.

Seaside meadow, Ogunquit, Maine. Simply elegant.

We orchestrated a landscape makeover for this handsome Kennebunk River property in anticipation of its sale.

We designed a 20,000 square foot kitchen garden for a restaurant in Cape Neddick, Maine.

Public garden project. Ogunquit, Maine.

Oxalis deppei is considered by some as a good luck plant.

Compass rose etched in stone for a client in Kennebunk, Maine.

Installation of Maine native grass (Schizachyrium scoparium).

We utilized the existing stone material onsite to create a beautiful entrance to a seaside garden for a client in Kennebunkport, Maine.

An underplanting of Pennsylvania Sedge (Carex pennsylvanica).

A public garden we designed showcased natural stone outcropping; we planted drifts of lowbush blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) to create a naturalistic harmony.

Elements of relaxation are incorporated in our design.

Project

A completed residential design project and installation for a client in Kennebunk, Maine.

Northern bayberry (Myrica pennsylvanica) in fruit in one of our coastal Maine landscapes.

Early morning on Marginal Way, Ogunquit, Maine.

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