Our home is our safe haven, a secure and private place where we can escape from the world. If you need privacy but can’t or don’t want a fence or build moats, you can use greenery to screen prying eyes.
A hedge is not just plants and shrubs planted in a row. Planting a hedge is an affordable and effective way to beautify your property’s landscaping design while defining property lines and creating privacy and windbreaks at the same time. A hedge can add wonderfully warm feeling and sound dampening to a home’s landscape often softening areas or providing privacy for your family’s garden and yard.
A swimming pool is luxurious amenity around your backyard that serves many functions besides providing summer retreat for family and children in summer heat making it well worth the splurge. And with landscaping around your pool you can add visual interest making it central point in your outdoor living space.
Fire is nature’s way to reduce and remove the dead and diseased trees and shrubs and rejuvenating the land.
Your home may be your most valuable investment you ever make and your landscape brings forth beauty to your home. But with human encroachment into forests and wilderness, during the fire season, the landscapes around our homes can increase the danger. Creating a defensible space around your home and property is crucial to helping prevent fire damage.
Garden and landscape design is and art whose fruits take time to bear. With studies showing health benefits of being close to nature and cultivate curb appeal most homeowners are investing in garden and landscape projects. Besides being a place to relax and rejuvenate, gardens are increasingly becoming hub of entertainment with new technologies like OLED lighting, low maintenance firepits, water features, green walls, cozy seating areas.
Landscape frames our homes. Our home architecture determines our landscape design styles. Landscape design focuses on both integrated overall landscape planning of a property and the specific garden design of landscape elements and plants within it. The practical, aesthetic, horticultural and environmental sustainability are also components of landscape design. It is often divided into hardscape design and softscape design.