October 24, 2011

Changing Landscapes in New Jersey Gardens

Filed under: Landscape Design — admin @ 5:04 am

Landscape changes over the years.  As plants grow, the overall look evolves from sparse to lush.  Trees cast cool shade where the sun used to shine.  Shrubs and hedges grow tall and dense enough for privacy.  Perennials and ground covers spread to form colorful patches of foliage and flowers.  And along with plant growth, structures and fences gain the patina of age.

Constant change over the years sometimes rapid and dramatic and sometimes slow and subtle – this is what the joy of landscaping is all about.  Live Oak Landscape Architects and Garden Designers know the growth rate of every tree and shrub that is planted in your landscape.  When some of the do-it-yourselfers go to the nursery, they look at the tag of a small tree and think it will never get as tall as the tag says….that’s exactly when they should contact Live Oak Landscape! Landscape is our business and we are professionals who know what your landscape will look like in its first year of growth, five years of growth and ten to fifteen years of growth.

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