This Landscape buffer project included installation of a large buffer planting on an existing bank. The plating includes various trees, shrubs, landscape boulders and mulch as designed by Howard J. Supnik Landscape Architect. Once installation was complete we fine graded and seeded some disturbed areas as well as installed sod. This was another phase of an over larger landscape project. previous phases included an outdoor kitchen, fire pit, sitting walls, natural stone patio, hot tub, wood box, lighting and planting.
For the First Phase of this outdoor living renovation, we designed and worked with Howard J. Supnik Landscape Architect to create an outdoor living room feel that included an outdoor kitchen, fire pit, sitting walls, natural stone patio, hot tub, wood box, lighting and planting. We also installed landscaping around the home and removed an existing front concrete walk way to install a natural stone walk and steps leading to the front door. We also installed landscaping at the driveway to create a more inviting feel for guests. This included a large deciduous tree, cedar shaker style light post and entry way path lighting. We also lit the front of the house, and built an entrance way at the back of the home with natural stone and installed landscape path lighting for safety in that area. This outdoor living renovation is located in Lancaster, PA.
Author: Bobby Kenyon
Bobby Kenyon is the Creative Solutions Guru for C.E. Pontz Sons who has over a decade plus experience in the Landscape & Water Garden industry . He enjoys long walks on the beach and grocery shopping but has a strong dislike for regular cake and non brand name paper towels