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Replacing the existing railroad ties, we created a more natural look using stone steps and native plantings.

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Replacing a concrete retaining wall with a rock garden and a winding stone staircase to meet up with the wood deck.

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After construction this client lost "their woods." Planting mature native trees and shrubs restored the woods for them.

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Not only are railroad ties unsightly, but they decay after time.
Using natural stone we can create softer, longer lasting landscape.

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4. Stone steps with terraced planters re

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Using both a dry stack wall and boulder retaining wall along with a staircase we were able to give this homeowner access to the lower level.

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An unsafe walkway from garage level to main entrance was replaced with a stone staircase and tight joint flagstone. A railing was added after this photo to ensure the clients ease of use.

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