Coming in at number four is a project very near and dear to our hearts, because of just how much time, sweat and manpower went into making it a reality. We won’t lie, this project was complicated to execute! A steep slope along Lake Peekskill, NY with one entry point made for a by-hand only installation.  Extensive erosion control devices were critical to the success of the new natural stone garden terraces. Together, they allowed us to greatly expand the planting area. The new biomass of the planting has a ripple effect, ecologically speaking. The landscape is now a more layered and biodiverse habitat for pollinators, and as a whole the landscape can absorb more stormwater, thereby reducing erosion and conserving soil.

We blogged about the details of the project a while back, catch up here — Landscape Design in a Wetland Zone: Erosion Control & Bioengineering

Catch up on the rest of the compilation of our Best Landscape Design & Build Projects of 2021:

#7 Bright & Easy Low-Maintenance Landscape Hartsdale, NY

#6 Edible Front Yard Permaculture Garden  Darien, CT

#5 New American Parterre Garden South Salem, NY

Green Jay Landscaping

Where Design Meets Ecology

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