The crispness of an entry through a trimmed hedge is softened by spring iris.
The boulder was chosen to match the texture and color of the pool coping. The pink dianthus and golden hinoki blend perfectly
Carefully chosen aged stone makes this new stream look like it has been there forever.
The curving walkway is given a sense of order by keeping the jointing of the stonework square.
The cascading branches of the blue cedar mimic the falling waters.
A grass path meanders through a planting bed.
After just a few weeks it is hard to tell where the pre-existing brickwork leaves off and the new brickwork begins.
A grassy “stone way” makes for the perfect transition from the driveway and front lawn to a secondary breezeway entry.
The edge of the flagstone treads have been “rock faced” to match the texture of the fieldstone.
A specialty limestone cap adds character to the pier of a set of steps.
The addition to this patio will match exactly as soon as the patina “catches up”.