Small Installation

Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by TurnerLawn&Landscape, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. TurnerLawn&Landscape

    TurnerLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    Customer wanted to soften up the landscape of their recently installed steps, and also wanted to block the hideous view of beneath their deck. Specimens are low-maintenance while providing color throughout the entire year.

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  2. TurnerLawn&Landscape

    TurnerLawn&Landscape LawnSite Member
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    and the rest of them.

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  3. Grass Man93

    Grass Man93 LawnSite Member
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    Looks very good. You do some nice work.
     
  4. Gilmore.Landscaping

    Gilmore.Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    from Ontario
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    Looks good, maybe edge beds next time??
     
  5. Pro-Lawn&Grounds

    Pro-Lawn&Grounds LawnSite Senior Member
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    I think the beds are edged ... I think they just went over board on mulch
     
  6. Gilmore.Landscaping

    Gilmore.Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    from Ontario
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    I guess it's a make work project....now they can bill at a later date to edge all beds, haha
     
  7. ed2hess

    ed2hess LawnSite Fanatic
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    That is nice but what about water running down along the stairs and washing that stuff out?
     
  8. Darryl G

    Darryl G LawnSite Fanatic
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    Looks much better. Nice job.
     
  9. 944own

    944own LawnSite Bronze Member
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    looks good, much better
     
  10. alexschultz1

    alexschultz1 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    yeah exactly what i was thinking. A couple pounds of river rocks along the stairs would accent the steps and keep your mulch from washing away. At the same time, i would play it by year and if it starts to wash away tell the client how to fix it and get another job for yourself. Looks clean in the growing season, the liriope and hydranga will look sloppy in winter, but you have enough shrubs to cover it. good practice job though
     

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