Home is in Winchester, VA. We redesigned the planting to include Boxwood, perennials, and seasonal color.Wildflower planting.Pool planting in Rappahannock County, VA. Design by Monroe and Crocker Architects.Before: Purcellville home under constructionWe designed the driveway, walls, walkway, and planting for the front foundation of the home.Before: Purcellville home under constructionRaised stone planter in the driveway island has a formal planting of boxwoods and annuals.Before: Purcellville home under constructionAfter: We designed the driveway, planting, walls, and walkways for this home.After: Winchester Showhouse and Gardens, 2013. We landscaped the spring house and installed a fire pit which overlooked a fantastic view of Babs Creek and country side.We installed a boulder retaining wall and steps. The embankment is planted with shrubs, perennials, and bulbs.Before: The muddy area underneath the deck is unsightly and messyAfter: Decorative river gravel, ferns, shrubs, and groundcovers enhance the view from inside the house and back yard.Before: Empty prepared planting bedAfter: A combination of shrubs and perennials six months after installationBefore: No landscaping around poolAfter: Landscaping around pool by EarthworksBefore: No landscaping around poolAfter: A dry stream bed softened with groundcover and perennials along side pool decking.After: Blue Chip Buddleia and tranplanted Iris along a gravel walk by a vegetable garden and orchard.Hydrangeas, Hostas, and other plantings underneath a large Oak. Stepping stone path leads to a bench.Before: Existing Boxwoods were relocated to the rear of the plant bed.After: A new seat wall and new plantings were installed. The existing patio stayed, but was cleaned of moss and weeds. “Steppable plants” were installed between the patio and wall.Before: New constructionEight months later: Large new plantings and new walkways are designed and installed. New sod and seed surround immediately surrounding the home.Before: The plant bed during construction.After: The perennial bed one year after planting. Design by Monroe and Crocker Architects.After: Perennial and shrub planting one year later. Design by Monroe and Crocker Architects.Transplanting large Zelkova tree for a home in Purcellville, VA.Before: Driveway island with a Black Walnut tree needs a new planting design.After: All plants in this island are juglone and deer resistant. Juglone is a toxin released into the soil from the Black Walnut tree.Transplanting large Boxwoods.Planting large Boxwoods for a home in Boyce, VA.Transplanting large Boxwood.We designed and installed new plantings, a stone retaining wall, and a rain garden for the Barns of Rose Hill, Berryville, VAChet Hobert Park sign in Berryville, VA. We donated our time with the planting design and installation.