For this beautiful house on Iron Horse Parkway we first spread a large amount of soil then planted around 45 plants ranging from 1 gallon to 15 gallon in size. then we covered the beds in a deep brown mulch to add beauty and help prevent weeds. Next we cleared out large areas of dead wood, creating new outdoor relaxation areas where before none could be accessed. Next we created long strips of river rock along the outer edge of the yard and along the inner edge, creating a practical place for drainage and an aesthetically pleasing border. Finally, to finish off the front yard we laid about 4 pallets of grass and installed a drip irrigation system. We use drip irrigation wherever possible because it saves a lot of water and drip systems are usually permitted even under heavy water restrictions.



Iron Horse Parkway Landscape