June 16, 2020

Pool Landscaping, Wetland Mitigation & Modern Bluestone Front Entrance | Riverside, CT

Landscaping for a newly constructed home is always an exciting job – a completely blank slate! This contemporary country home in Riverside, Connecticut already had great design features to work with: a modern rectangular pool in need of landscaping, and mature trees lining the front and back of the property.  The client also needed to complete wetland mitigation requirements with 

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June 8, 2020

Natural, Organic Landscaping | Fairfield & Westchester County

Much has changed within the landscape industry in recent history.  What began as a fascination with exotic plants and a design style that emphasized control and artificial perfection in the landscape is now seeing a tide change toward natural and organic landscaping. Learn more about our Ecological Landscape Design  and Organic Maintenance services.  Groups like the Ecological Landscape Alliance, the Northeast 

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May 27, 2020

Front Yard Native Garden & Bluestone Walkway, Lawn Replacement | Larchmont, NY

A newly renovated home requires an updated landscape design to compliment it.  In this case, the front façade of the home was given a modern update with unique architectural elements – major inspiration for the designers at Green Jay Landscape Design! We have worked with this client for many years, developing the landscape in phases.  The initial phases focused on 

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May 19, 2020

Forest Bathing, Earthing: The Secret Health Benefits of your Landscape

Now That You Have a Healthy Landscape The final step for cultivating a healthy and safe landscape: spend time in it!  The only true way to reap the benefits of your newly designed outdoor safe haven is to get outside and soak up all the health. To recap, in case you missed the earlier parts of our series on How 

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May 15, 2020

Grow Your Own Organic Food at Home | Professionally Built Vegetable Gardens | Fairfield County CT

Fresh Food from Healthy Soil There’s nothing better than fresh, organic, vine-ripened produce, especially when it comes from your own backyard. Growing your own food in your at-home vegetable garden allows you total control of what goes into the soil and how it is grown.  Research has shown that plants grown in soil with high microbe concentrations uptake more essential 

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