A small front yard landscaped in Oakwood. The design was based upon an existing bench the customer requested to be worked in.
A sloped front yard bed landscaped in Eltingville. Designed around an existing water feature, with a specimen shishiwaku blue spruce placed in the center.
The before and after of a small front yard in the Midland Beach area. A couple nice specimens highlighted with a slew of annuals for summer color.
A newly landscaped home highlighted by a specimen Fagus sylvatica ‘roseomarginata’ planted on a lawn island.
Always providing a unique display of color at our front entrance.
A view over an orangeola maple in our front display.
It’s Mothers Day weekend and the nursery is bursting with color.
The Before and After of a shady front yard in West Brighton.
Max Wiesner talking at our spring seminar titled “Proper Planting Technique for S.I. Soil”. This seminar reviewed proper planting practices as well as the most common do’s and dont’s for installing your new plant.
Hans Wiesner speaking at our spring seminar titled “Amending Your Soil”. A discussion offered to provide the ins and outs of how and why to properly amend your soil.
Richard Imlay of Jonathan Green speaking at one of our spring seminars. He provided our attendees with professional advice on how to sport and maintain the nicest lawn on the block.
A couple images gathered from one of our spring seminars. Jim DiDomini of Bonide came to speak and offered a variety of solutions to bugs, weeds and diseases in the Staten Island garden.
Paul speaking at one of our free seminars offered to help educate the community on when & how to fertilize.
An Acer japonicum in front of the store, defiantly a head turner.
A Quercus phellos ready for departure.
Instant shade in your yard with an Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’.
An Acer palmatum simply glowing in the fall.
Quite an exquisite fall display.
Always stocked with a wide variety of fountains.
A great idea to add some color to a hardscape.
We stock quite an array of plant material.
An araucaria araucaria balled up and ready for departure to its new home.