How to design a residential landscape that wins awards and creates the wow factor




Preferred Properties Landscape designer Michael Gotowala shows us the design concepts necessary to create the wow factor. This new construction project is long forgotten after lush green grass supports the scalloped landscaped beds gleaming with color. Anchoring focal trees create points of view throughout the seasons. Nature does a good job of allowing light to fall. This tremendous landscape shines eight seasons long- 4 seasons both day and night. Specimen trees and shrubs like these seen here are available at our Nursery,. Go to www.GardenCenterCt.com to see more. Have a plant question? email us at Chris.Preferrd@att.net
Preferred Properties Landscape design staff has accredited nurrserymen and is a professional member of the APLD- Association of Professional landscape designers

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4 Comments

  1. Langtry613
    January 9, 2012
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    WHAT WAS THAT PROJECT WORTH TO DESIGN AN CONSTRUCT??

  2. riordanblackwood
    November 21, 2012
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    Hardiness zone? Nice mix of color and certainly looks like low maintenance. Maybe a border for the path? Water features might be difficult in the cold. Would love to see a video after some maturity and growth. Thanks for sharing!

  3. NashvilleLandscaping
    February 19, 2013
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    topiaries and stone are always great. wonderful job.

  4. Garden Sheds Devon
    February 5, 2014
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    Learning reliable information coming from an expert landscaper are somewhat heartbreaking.  Everybody knows that landscaping are the best option to improve the quality and value of your residence. Therefore, it's a good chance to learn the basic and important techniques in landscaping. Great information! 

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