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Before: All of the landscaping in this photo was removed by TLS&L.
After: New shrubs, Belgian block edgers, low voltage lights and new sodded lawn.
Belgian Block Edging On A New Shrub Bed
New Office Building With New Sod And Shrubs
Shrubs / Landscape Featuring Tropical Plants Including A Banana Tree
A closeup of pink Belgian block edgers with canyon red rock in the beds. We believe Belgian blocks are the best edgers for landscape beds.
Grey Belgian paver granite edgers outline this new bed.
Pink Belgian paver edgers frame the landscape beds at this new house.
This hillside was originally just covered in ivy. The large boulders, ornamental focal points, and lots of perennials brought this bed to life.
A colorful entrance bed to a local business. Tuma Lawn Service also installed an irrigation system on this property.
A combination bed that has depth. We used fieldstone to make the wall and red Raven Rock in the bed. Surrounding it all is shredded bark mulch.
A bed designed for color.
Small shrubs line this fence in a small back yard.
A rock bed and plantings. In addition to the bed, the front lawn was sodded by Tuma Lawn Service.
A bed flanking the front sidewalk with small shrubs. The bed blends with the existing shrub bed around the home.
An example of a mounded shrub bed. Mounds are used to break up flat lawns. The most famous use of this technique on a larger scale are the Jefferson Mounds on the south lawn of the White House. Jefferson also used them at his home at Monticello.
Belgian Block stood on end and buried half-way to create a great border on this bed.
New wall, walk, shrubs, mulch and landscape lights at a new housing plan in Brighton Township
Wider shot of new wall, walk, shrubs, mulch and landscape lights at a new housing plan in Brighton Township
A Perennial Garden in Beaver in its 2nd year.
Mulched Garden with Rocks
Pea Gravel Walkway bordered with Belgian Blocks and a new Boxwood Hedge in Sewickley.
Five newly planted Ornamental Pear Trees, Each 16 Feet tall. Brighton Township.
New Plantings with an informal, natural design.
Park-like setting with mulched garden bed and curved sidewalk
Some of everything: Versa-Lok Wall, Timber Stops, and the Flowers of “Endless Summer” Hydrangeas.
Pink Belgian blocks edge and new shrub bed.
We used timbers to hold this bed together along the property line. We then planted Rhododendrons and covered it with Lava Rock.
And for those who do not want a lawn! The front AND back lawn of this home was completely stripped out and re-done in different sizes of stone. This was a huge job but looks pretty good once you get over the initial shock of no grass.