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Introducing New Landscape Construction in Nazareth, PA

Here's how we weaved nature's magic into our little green retreat:

Privacy Hedge Row

To fulfill our desire for a secluded space, we planted a meticulously arranged hedge row. Acting as a natural fence, the hedge row is not only practical by screening our yard from prying eyes but it also adds lush greenery that's appealing to the eye. It's a living wall that grows with time, weaving a stronger fabric of seclusion as it matures.

Emerald Green Arborvitae

The star of our transformation, Emerald green arborvitae, brings a vibrant splash of perennial green that stands bold throughout the seasons. These elegant, pyramidal trees are not only majestic but also low-maintenance. With their dense foliage, they serve as perfect natural barriers, contributing to our end goal of creating a secluded haven.

Yellow Ribbon Arborvitae

To contrast the deep greens and add variety, we introduced Yellow ribbon arborvitae with their golden-hued foliage. They add a spark of brightness and diversity to the landscape. The aesthetic appeal of these trees lies in their ability to catch the sunlight and shimmer, almost like natural highlights within our garden's palette.

Hemlock Mulch

Nestled around the bases of our trees and plants is the rich, dark Hemlock mulch — a choice that's as visually appealing as it is beneficial. The mulch retains soil moisture, suppresses weeds, and, overtime, enriches the soil with nutrients as it decomposes. The mulch's uniform appearance provides a neat and tidy backdrop, making the greenery pop.

Crab Apple Tree

Anchoring our landscape design is a charming Crab apple tree. Known for its lovely spring blossoms and colorful fall fruits, this tree not only contributes to the garden's privacy but also serves as a focal point of natural beauty. Its presence attracts birds and pollinators, adding to the vibrancy and ecological health of our yard.


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