This client in West Orange, NJ, wanted to surround their pergola and transform the patio into a flower wonderland.
This gorgeous Tudor home was something out of a fantasy book, and it needed a garden to match.
We amped up the magic by combining tulips and daffodils with pansies, stock, snapdragons, and woodland phlox.
A garden makeover using a purple and white palette proved to be exactly what was needed for this home in Maplewood, NJ.
Inspired by English cottage gardens, this client wanted a carefree, wild, natural garden filled with color.
A home garden in Short Hills needed more blooms and color in early spring.
Playful yet sophisticated, alliums make a dramatic statement in a Maplewood garden.
A natural and wild flower garden to complete a pool renovation in Maplewood.
We used containers to enclose a gorgeous stone terrace in South Orange.
We mixed soft plumes of astilbe with striking spikes of veronica to create a tranquil tree-shaded home garden in South Orange.
Better greenery and more colors – this client wanted their shrubs redone to better fit their landscape and to add a lot of color.
A client inspired by New York City’s High Line asked for a garden that would catch the wind with movement, texture and color.
This client wanted to feel at peace in their shade and part-sun backyard.
To get this pool party started, we installed fun and flowy pocket gardens in purple and white.
We used a monochromatic scheme of pink and purple wildflowers for this home in Short Hills.
The built-in cement gardens on a terrace at this home in Short Hills, New Jersey, have a European feel to them.
To complement the white building features and water, we decided to go tropical.
This client was looking for inviting containers to match the whimsical and eclectic style of her personality and her Maplewood boutique, Retail Therapy.