Hard and Soft Goods

Hardgoods make up the bones of a garden, accentuating volume and contour while adding character and a four-season aesthetic to planted spaces. Hardgood dimension can frame the setting of your plants, such as with a tiered progression of flower beds, or can increase sensory interest via textured seating or water features. Imagine how a stone patio could transform your backyard into an amphitheater for outdoor reflection.

But in addition to stone, wood, and other building materials, many gardens benefit from high quality soil, soil amendment and/or fertilizer, and a protective layer of mulch.


Landscape Stone

Soil and Amendment