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Going Native Gardens specializes in landscape design emphasizing
native New England plants
Projects
Lexington Forest Residence
Before: View from curb features garage too prominently. There is no pedestrian access, only for cars.
After: New walkway gives distraction from garage and welcomes visitors to the home.
These native wildflowers bloom during the first spring after planting.
Foamflower replaces lawn in this more eco-friendly garden. Low-voltage lighting marks the path.

Before: Bluestone and peastone walk kept scattering the peastone everywhere.
After: New bluestone walkway eliminates peastone. At left is gravel 'drip strip' to keep foundation dry.


Before: House enlargement destroyed previous patio. Stone re-used in front.
After: Random bluestone patio bordered by seating wall. In background slope is resolved by a rip-rap wall enclosing only lawn area on property.
   
   
 

          URL: http://goingnativegardens.com  Date: March 2011  V3.1  Author: Concord Avenues