Whether it is your home, your business, a residential complex, or a campus, the landscape can work for you or against you.
It's your landscape and your choice.
Your landscape all starts with a Vision and a Plan.
Discovering what you want.
Uncovering what your site offers.
Marrying the two to imagine a better future.
Planning how to make it happen.
We will talk, and I will ask questions and listen.
I will observe and analyze, measure and sketch.
Then I will draw up your Master Plan.
When the plan is finished, I will remain available to answer your questions.
A Master Plan can do more than show where to put growies against the foundation.
A Master Plan can create spaces where you can live, play, rest, grow, escape ...
A Master Plan can form an enclave tailored to your lifestyle.
A Master Plan can bring beauty to your doorstep and all around you.
A Master Plan can welcome birds, butterflies, and bunnies into a vibrant, wholesome habitat.
A Master Plan can help your home and landscape express yourself and your values.
A Master Plan can fit all the pieces into a harmonious, coherent whole.
And finally, a Master Plan gives you confidence that whatever you do will work together in the long run.
There's another saying: "It's easier to change it in cardboard than it is in concrete." In other words, you're better off having an overall plan that shows everything all together, so that you build things in the right place from the start, rather than sticking something in and having to demolish it later to build what really belongs there.
A Master Plan presents your Vision in a way that can lead to specific projects to develop your landscape, but it does not get down to nuts and bolts. A Master Plan usually includes
A Master Plan can be enough to get started, but there are still decisions to make.
You might want to nail down some details before anybody grabs a shovel. Naturally, I can help you with that.
After all, they hardly charge anything for the design work, or they fold the design costs invisibly into the overall contract. And my neighbor seems OK with what they did. The easy answer is in the old saying: "You get what you pay for."
But maybe you want more than most.
It's usually best to let landscape contractors do what they do best: contracting.