Medford New Jersey Landscape Plantings

 

Garden Graphics Landscape and Design is a Medford, New Jersey based landscape design and installation company. We provide landscape plantings of all types, serving Medford, Medford Lakes, Tabernacle, Shamong, Marlton and surrounding communities. Landscape plantings are usually the first thought homeowners have when thinking about landscapes. Landscape plantings provide an opportunity to bring the beauty of nature up close. Whether plantings are traditional or contemporary, formal or natural, our planting designs always consider homeowner needs, existing conditions, and of course aesthetics. Garden Graphics incorporates native, low maintenance plantings, while maintaining aesthetics and functionality, all while considering seasonal interest.

There are many examples of how new plantings can beautify a space, while serving a function. Needs may include privacy screening near a hot tub, between properties, or to screen something unsightly (AC Unit or pool pump). Shade trees, for example, can provide a nice respite from the blazing heat of summertime, while providing added interest with a canopy overhead. Foundation plantings present a home with nice ‘curb appeal’ everyone is looking for. Plantings can compliment and ‘soften edges’ of areas such as a patio or pool yard while adding interest to these more personal and private spaces. Landscape plantings have the ability to change bland, boring spaces into warm and welcoming ones, always considering function and feasibility, as well as aesthetics.

Site conditions are very important when considering new plantings. These conditions include sunny areas vs. shady ones, dry areas (sandy soils) vs. wet (clay soils), and always pests, such as deer and rabbits. Our landscape plantings are native for the most part, which assures hardiness and minimal maintenance, while avoiding the need to spray chemicals for insects and disease.

Many homeowners request wildlife plantings as well. A variety of plants can be incorporated into designs either for habitat or a food source to attract hummingbirds and butterflies, as well as other native birds.

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