When someone asks me, “can I lay pavers/brick/flagstone over my crappy old concrete walk?” I think about the difference between frugal and cheap. Frugal is shopping at stores like Aldi or Lidl. Cheap is shopping at stores like the grocery outlet in El Cajon, where I purchased – and ate, don’t judge – Mr T […]
You have our undivided attention.
We stay small, so that we can keep our standards high. But you’d be amazed at everything we offer.
Or maybe you tree. You water? What matters is that we listen to you, and we make your landscape all about you (and the wonderful people you share it with). What do you want us to help you create?
From the blog
Since I was young, my parents have always been big advocates of traveling. When I was 5years old, for example, my dad had to take a business trip to France. He decided to turn it into a family vacation. It was February, and I was allowed to drink all the hot chocolate I wanted under […]
This is the last part in a series on basic principles of design. We made it! Check out the intro, part 2, part 3, part 4, and part 5 if you haven’t already, then get ready to dive into today’s topics: prospect/refuge, panorama, vista, and deflected vista. These final four principles are a bit more […]