April 6, 2020

Ecological Landscape Design & Organic Land Care Management | Mamaroneck, NY

This beautiful no-lawn landscape, originally designed by Larry Weaner Associates, was augmented to include a variety of flowering bulbs to increase curb appeal in this native plant landscape. Early blooming spring perennials and ground covers (green mulch) were added to invite pollinators and reduce the need for expensive, labor-heavy weeding and removal of invasive species. This is a fabulous example 

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April 4, 2020

Landscape Construction, Irrigation Repair & Water Main Utility Replacement | Mamaroneck, NY

Even with the best laid plans, you can never anticipate everything. However, due diligence and following a well developed ritual of site analysis translates into a proper punch list for budgeting. In this case, as part of the initial site analysis, irrigation for future planting was considered.  By using a flow meter to determine delivery of gallons per minute/flow, we 

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March 31, 2020

Wildlife Habitat Certification at Home in Rye, New York

Our home landscape is a classroom and demonstration garden for our passionate work. In early morning the pearls of dew collected on this wolf spider web illustrates the value of living with nature, encouraging and accepting kinship with all creatures and the joyful wonder we receive in return. Careful not to walk through!  Spiders are not only indicator species, they 

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March 22, 2020

Ecological Landscape Design, No Mow Lawn | Westchester New York

Consider how you can benefit from removing your lawn and replacing it with a vibrant, flowering, ecologically friendly landscape.  If your landscape consists of a lawn which you mow, water and fertilize regularly, a couple of trees and shrubs, and basically nothing else of interest, consider change. Consider elevating your landscape for your human health, wildlife, and aesthetic beauty. Below: 

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March 20, 2020

Native Plant Landscape Design in White Plains, New York

Flowering plants give us pleasure and enjoyment. They also provide critical ecosystem services in our landscape environment. This lovely cottage style garden in downtown White Plains serves as a precious sanctuary for pollinators and a tremendous variety of migrating birds. Developing Westchester’s green spaces / native plant corridors are valuable to many life forms from the soil microorganisms to the 

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