This modest renovation is proof that it is not always necessary to spend a large amount of money to create an inviting landscape space. Using local materials to create a gravel path with stone edging saved a huge amount in the hardscape budget. This savings, allowed the majority of the funds to be allocated to plants that would enhance the space while removing a sparse shaded lawn.
Cool colors of blooming perennials were used to crate a calming effect among a group of white birch that was planted by the client. Additionally, there was a large amount of stone left on the site from home construction that was repurposed creating a stylized dry creek.
Having grown up working the land, Chauncey has instilled the values of dedication and hard work into Fifth Season. After founding in 2009, Fifth Season has been serving the greater Eugene area with local expertise and sourcing the finest plant material in Oregon.