Cleveland Park Refresher
We cleaned, laid sod, mulched, planted flowers, and did some hardscaping to breathe life into this Cleveland Park home's front and rear yards.
Our team recently completed a comprehensive landscaping project featuring diverse elements. The project revolved around creating a Carderock stone walkway spanning approximately 50 linear feet. This involved setting a base of stone dust and gravel, installing grey pea gravel, and extending the path towards a bench.
We also focused on revitalizing the front lawn by stripping it down and extending the turf area to reduce the size of the planting bed. The tree box was fully sodded. Additionally, we installed several plants including Pachysandra flats, Skip Laurels, and supplemented existing Pachysandra in the front bed near the Cherry Tree.
As part of a spring clean-up, we transplanted various plants including liriope, camellia, and boxwoods. This effort also involved reshaping a bed back into a square shape. Furthermore, we mulched all tree rings and shrubbery beds with premium quality double shredded hardwood mulch.
Finally, we constructed a flagstone stepping stone walkway in the tree box. This required excavating the area to a depth of 3-4″, setting a base of stone dust, and placing rectangular 2″ flagstones. This range of services completely transformed the property, providing a harmonious balance of hardscape and softscape elements.