Soft Landscaping

     Soft landscaping is the heart and soul of every landscaping project. Soft landscaping is the process of designing the Living elements of a landscape. These elements include trees, flowers, Palms, shrubs and Lawns as well as container gardens, potted plants, and hanging baskets which are used to enhance and accentuate the beauty of the landscape. These provide the perfect finish for your landscape garden project.

      Soft landscaping presents the creative gardening with endless possibilities. From changing colors to adding ornamental grasses, terracotta accent pieces and even container water features, soft landscaping is much easier to change than the concrete, structural elements that are created in hard landscaping. Soft landscaping allows gardeners to experiment with color and an almost endless variety of plants and flowers to create a colorful new look to the garden.

      Trees that frame a view or provide shade, shrubs and bushes that ensure privacy, flowering plants that follow a colour scheme, we will create your garden so that it will be a space you want to use and will give you pleasure all the year round well into the future. Trees that frame a view or provide shade, shrubs and bushes that ensure privacy, flowering plants that follow a colour scheme, we will create your garden so that it will be a space you want to use and will give you pleasure all the year round well into the future.

      A successful garden also needs an efficient irrigation system. Our irrigation designs are focused on proper watering for the entire landscaped area and low maintenance. The convenience of an irrigation system adds value to the landscape project by assuring proper watering of the essential plant elements while extending and preserving the life and beauty of the overall design. We use the latest systems with electronic controls and timers so that your garden can establish itself quickly and remain healthy for a long time to come, while at the same time saving water and reducing your costs.

Most irrigation systems utilize spray and rotor heads as well as drip lines to conserve water.

To get the most benefit from an irrigation system, the following design should be built into the garden:

  • Plants should be grouped according to the amount of water they need;
  • Water-wise plants should be selected where possible;
  • The slope of the ground should be managed to prevent run-off ;
  • Automatic systems save time and water, especially if they include rain sensors;
  • Sprinklers should be positioned so that the water goes where it is needed and doesn't end up on the pavement or driveway.
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