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Hardscape

What is hardscape?

In the art of landscaping, hardscape means the built environment or built aspects of the landscape design, as opposed to the grown or “softscape” aspects such as plants, vegetation, flowers, and trees. Hardscape can be large-scale or small scale. Most landscapes incorporate some form of hardscape.

Examples of hardscape include the following:

  • Fireplaces/fire pits

  • Stepping Stones / Paver Blocks

  • Fountains

  • Buildings / structures

  • Patios

  • Sidewalks

  • Pools

  • Walls / retaining walls

  • Staircases

  • Outdoor Kitchens

  • Retaining walls made of brick, stacked stone, or another masonry to act as a decorative border, provide a natural seating area, and/or retain soil and prevent erosion

  • Natural stone, brick, flagstone cement, or interlocking paver patios, sidewalks, and footpaths

  • Edging to create distinct borders around plant and flower beds, trees, and hedges

  • Arbors, pergolas, or trellises for flowering vines like Clematis, Bougainvillea, Wisteria, Morning Glories, and climbing roses

  • Gazebos or decks to provide a good outdoor meeting or gathering space

  • Outdoor fireplaces so people can still enjoy the landscape in the brisk weather

  • Water features such as fountains or natural stone waterfalls beautify the landscape and support the surrounding ecosystem

  • Site drainage and utility

  • Athletic field installation

  • Entry features

  • Screen walls

 

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 When you contact our team, we can meet with you in an initial consultation to discuss your plans and preferences. Together, we can formulate a design that incorporates your vision and the unique restrictions and assets of your corporate property. We are here to help you find the perfect design

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