Another in a series of articles highlighting jobs installed by our customers using SRN-supplied material.  If you’d like us to consider one of your jobs in a future article, give us a shout, or send an email!

This recent project in Warrenton, Virginia was a collaboration between Revolutionary Gardens and a landscape architect to landscape a previously-installed hardscape with water features.  SRN helped the design and installation team select plantings that would both stabilize the slope and minimize the appearance of the water slide.   The client favored old-fashioned plants, so we worked in hydrangeas—including a mass of Hydrangea paniculata next to the slide—Abelia, Syringa, and more. We also placed specimen plantings such as Chamæcyparis obtusa ‘Nana Gracilis’, Picea pungens ‘Globosa’, and Acer palmatum around the project to create little areas of discovery as guests walked through the backyard.  The entire project involved both yard pickups and SRN deliveries, as well as some special orders.

Come by and see how we can help you with your next landscape project!

Tagged in