September 25, 2017

Landscape Construction in Bedford Hills; Natural Stone Staircase with Boulder Rail, Native Perennial Planting with Long Blooming Flowers for Fall

Working with the land, working with nature. That’s what we do ! Like music, a powerful composition using earth products and living thing can generate a sense of well being and happiness. Our landscape compositions offer serenity in often stressful world, not to mention a holistically healthy environment. Oh, I just did. Our creative, artistic design allows us to add 

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August 11, 2017

The Beauty of Natural Stone Work; Including Grading and Drainage

Nothing compares to truly artistic landscape compositions featuring natural stone. Of course it always helps if you start with a site with natural attributes such as our Putnam Valley Good Witches Garden. Jay Archer, President 914-560-6570 greenjaylandscapedesign.com

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June 30, 2017

Landscape Renovation, Design and Construction in Westchester

If you are in Scarsdale, Brewster, Pound Ridge White Plains or Tarrytown you may share the same feelings about your landscape. If you are not happy with your landscapes appearance, it’s never too late or a bad time to make a change for the better ! While your at it, make a change for the better for your health and 

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April 3, 2017

Why Hire a Landscape Designer/Contractor for a Consultation ?

If you really want to improve your landscapes appearance and value, it would be important to talk to a professional about the process and possibilities. I often meet with people who have a very general idea what they want but need help expressing their desires, hopes and dreams when it comes to what they imagine in their landscape. Some basic 

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November 28, 2016

Preparing Your Landscape for Winter

To insure that we get the most out of our landscape environment in terms of enjoyment and preserving our continued investment in our properties appearance and value, I suggest making a list of tasks you can perform which prepare your landscape for winter. 1) Water If you have new plantings, you may have to continue to water until the ground 

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