Welcome to the summer edition of our newsletter. Here are a couple things that we think you should know about!
Over the past couple of months we have had the privilege of working on a community restoration project in partnership with Pathways Skills Development. The Red Antiquities building at the corner of Wellington Street and Hill Street is the oldest wood structure building in the city of London. It was built in 1873 by the Winder family. You can learn more about the building’s history and the project on their website. We have also created a short video portraying the work we have done to the property surrounding the community landmark.
Lunch & Learn:
Based on feedback we’ve received from many of our customers, we have decided to launch a series of casual educational sessions. Each session will be based around a specific theme (ie. garden maintenance, patio laying, etc.) and take place on a Saturday afternoon. We will provide the lunch and expertise. If you’ve been considering a landscape project but would like some help and would be willing to host one of these events, please contact us.
Landscapes of Excellence Garden Tour:
Saturday July 14th from 9am to 4pm we are taking part in the fourth annual Landscapes of Excellence Garden Tour. We will be located at 214 Whisperwood Avenue in Byron. Come out and see what we can do! Follow this link for ticket information.
We are proud to present the results of a large project we have been working on this spring. The customer wanted a very modern design and we have enjoyed the challenge it has provided. We created all new gardens in the front yard, as well as a concrete walkway. The backyard included more gardens and a three-level deck with a pergola on the top level. Check out the photos here.