Our Projects

Soquel Mountains, CA

The client requested a resort-like retreat with their personal touch.

The custom wooden deck was originally integrated to the pool concrete deck and separated by a focal point water feature.

All spaces had to communicate with each other with effortless flow ideal for a special event.

El Granada, CA

An eclectic garden for a charming beach community.

The client wanted a "funky" and fun garden to go with their 1920's house incorporating spaces that the whole family can enjoy.

The use of art Deco Italian tile from a salvage store for the outside shower mixed with the ruggedness of the railroad ties gives this garden its charm.

Hollister, CA

The client wanted a Santa Barbara style garden to go with his California mission style home plus the very important detail that had to be doggie-friendly.

We had to be very careful in the selection and position of plants in order to provide plans that could survive the central coast weather and still give the Santa Barbara feel.

A Bocce court was added to complete all the entertainment amenities of this beautiful home.

Prunedale, CA

The main request from this customer was outdoor living and entertaining with the formality of an English garden.

Originally from England, they wanted to take advantage of the great central coast weather.

The main challenge was to define boundaries for the garden so it could not get lost in the large sized property.

White trellises were created to provide the boundary effect.

San Mateo, CA

The client requested a quiet and serene space so they could relax on the weekends.

A water feature was a must in order to attenuate all the city noise plus they wanted to be able to cool off their feet if they so desired on the hot summer days.

A custom iron and wood door was designed to separate the service patio from the main garden.

Scotts Valley Mountains, CA

The client requested a mountain retreat with spaces for special family events and outdoor entertainment.

Due to the location of the property, deer-resistant plants were a priority.

Using old manzanita branches from the property, a stair handrail was created to soften the flagstone stairs and patios and give it the rugged and spontaneous mountain look.

Half Moon Bay, CA

The client wanted a coastal garden with a Japanese garden touch and space to entertain.

Doggie-friendliness was a priority too.

Nature Elements Laboratory-Felton, CA

This is the space where we experiment with different materials, textures, furniture, treatments and creative concepts to later apply them to our customer gardens.

We believe that experience and creativity is a very powerful combination and we use this space to provide both.