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Landscaping Dallas – Mueller Residence

Backyard Landscaping and Design in Dallas: Mueller Residence

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At this beautiful Dallas residence, Scapes Incorporated created a backyard oasis that softened the view of the fence, while still leaving plenty of open lawn area for active use by the owners. Single-trunked Crape Myrtles were used to add height, while at the same time being sensitive to the location staying in front of and below the overhead power lines in the area.

A second level of planting was created by using two ornamental Holly trees, which provide evergreen color as well as a shape and texture different than the surrounding plant materials. The groundplane was planted to a mixture of Hostas, Variegated Pittosporum, Nandina, Loropetalum and Drift Roses. A couple pockets of seasonal flowers were included to add a pop of vibrant color to the newely planted beds. The entire creation is tied together with the use of Oklahoma multicolor chopped stone edging. Several areas in the open lawn area were regraded to remove the low spots and then resodded. This created a cohesive and lush lawn for recreational use by the owners.

 

When looking for landscaping in Dallas, we only look to one company, and that is Scapes Incorporated. After reviewing proposals of several landscaping companies, we went with Scapes and have not looked back. Their landscape design for our property captured the vision we had for a lush backyard oasis. The design and construction folks at Scapes are attentive to detail and the wishes of their clients, and sensitive to budget constraints. In our case, they delivered a wonderful finished product within the budget and time constraints we had. Any future landscaping projects we do will require one call, and that will be to Scapes Incorporated.

The Mueller Family
 

Services Provided in This Project:

  • Landscaping
  • Landscape Irrigation
  • Stone Edging

If you would like to enhance the outside of your home or business, please call 469-248-7348 or fill out the contact form on the left.

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