At this John's Creek home a deck was removed, a boulder wall installed with a blue stone patio, a fire pit, and a cooking area. A covered deck and landscape lighting were also installed.

In Johns Creek a level paver patio was installed underneath the deck along with two stairs down to the lawn. Slats were used to add warmth to the patio and cover the foundation wall. A dock was installed for lake access and launching a canoe.


This client in Alpharetta wanted a firepit and steps to match the brick and stonework on the house.

At this Alpharetta home, our client wanted a stacked stone wall to create a level seating area. Flagstone steps were also installed.

A beautiful stand-alone flagstone patio with a firepit was surrounded by new plants, shrubs, bolders, and a path to the firewood stand to make this a wonderful backyard area.

This brick retaining wall replaced a failing one, and added a decorative curve and column as well.

The Brookhaven Renaissance neighborhood upgraded their landscape with several stone hardscapes, including a new entry sign, fence columns, retaining walls, and a flagstone sitting area.

This client greatly improved the look of their house by simply going from a standard concrete walkway to a flagstone walkway, and a new landscape was installed.

A dry creek bed was installed between these two homes to drain water from the area and also establish a solid terrain. Shade-tolerant plant material was then installed.

At this Alpharetta home, a flagstone patio, firepit, boulder wall, and a shade tolerant sod were installed to complete this new entertaining space.

A large, dry-stack stone wall was installed at this Suwanee home to create a useable level area. The project also included a french drainage system.

At this Chamblee home, a level playground area was created and a dry-stacked stone wall installed. A dry creek bed allows for proper drainage of the area.

At this Duluth home, a flagstone patio and seating was installed with a creek bed bedise it for drainage. Also, crab orchard step treads were added to enlarge the backyard area.

At this home near Newtown Park the turf was removed and an oriental themed shade garden was installed.

This Alpharetta home's old wood wall was replaced with a block wall system and tumbled paver patio.

This Suwannee home was upgraded with a Flagstone patio, multi-level Ashlar walls, and privacy trees were installed around the property line of the backyard.

This Peachtree Corners home's backyard had builder's junipers on the hill making the yard segmented. The junipers were removed, accent walls, steps, and shade tolerant turf were added.

At this Johns Creek home the customer requested level areas that could be used by family or kids for recreation. The wall was constructed, then the yard was graded, a sprinkler system was installed, and zeon zoysia sod was installed.

This Duluth pond was in need of a waterfall. Fieldstone boulders were installed along with a new pump and filter to create a more natural look.

Here landscaping around the newly renovated sidewalk, front porch, and stone planters was completed to update this Johns Creek home.

This Peachtree Corners subdivision entryway was re-landscaped using fieldstone boulders, blue atlas cedar, creek rock, and loropetalum among other plants.

At this Johns Creek home a large dry creek bed, zoysia sod, conifer garden, fieldstone boulders, steps, and foundation plants were installed.

At this Johns Creek home the homeowner wanted to update the front beds. Varigated boxwoods, acorus, gumpo azaleas, weeping blue atlas cedar, and pittosporum completed this installation.

This home in Neely Farm subdivision had a 25 year old landscape and the owners wanted an update. Field stone boulders and hinoki cypress were used to complete their upgrade.

The turf at this Duluth home needed replacing due to lack of light. We installed zeon zoysia for it's shade and drought tolerance.

This Alpharetta home had the following completed: drainage, small boulder wall (back yard), sod, trees, sprinkler updated, driveway, front porch, fieldstone walls, and top dressing on the front turf.

At this Dekalb County, GA home we transplanted 30 year old axaleas to the backyard and installed new plant material to the entire front yard. Shade was key here as yews, hostas, ferns and bottlebrush buckeyes were used.

This Athens, GA home had an entire re-landscaping of the pool area.

At this Neely Farm home in Peachtree Corners an LED landscape lighting system was installed. We uplighted a specimen tree, a maple tree, and annual beds. The front of the home was washed using LED lights .