It took 5 members of our Vermont Landscape Company close to 8 hours to plant just shy of 4,000 plants at the Sheraton Hotel in Burlington, VT last Thursday. They were planting pansies, nemesia and some perennials to add some early spring color to the grounds of this upscale Vermont hotel. This same crew will return there in a few weeks to plant the summer annuals.
Our Vermont Landscape Company had a crew in Bennington last week. They have been working on the Bennington Welcome Center project. Phase two of this Vermont landscape project has involved installing trees and hardscape around the newly constructed building.
Our Vermont Landscaping crew installed this Irregular Bluestone Patio at a residence in Stowe, VT. We installed a large San Juan Spa at this residence a few years ago. The patio now matches the spa coping and fits in beautifully with this rustic Vermont landscape.
Our Vermont Landscaping crew built this beautifully crafted cedar deer proof garden in the Champlain Islands. It turned out great and is the perfect solution to prevent deer from getting at your garden space!
Several members of our Vermont landscaping crew installed wild blueberry sod & wild blueberry / bunchberry sod at a residence in Shelburne. The sod should produce blueberries this fall.
One of the landscape designers and toe gardener of our Vermont landscaping company planted just over 1,000 Pansies at the Hilton Hotel in Burlington yesterday. The yellow, blue and white pansies add some early spring color to the grounds and terraces of this prominent downtown hotel.
Twelve crew members of our Vermont Landscaping company took a Lull and Forklift Certification class last Wednesday here at our shop. Having so many members of our crew certified will be very valuable on the SUNY Plattsburgh Green Roof landscaping project we will be completing this summer.
Our Vermont Landscaping company received trees for the Bennington Welcome Center landscape at our shop yesterday. The crew diligently worked to unload the truck and heal all the trees into our holding yard. Our landscaping crew will be take them down to Bennington in May. There was an 8-10” Sycamore that was a daunting task to unload, but the guys worked as a team and managed to complete the chore with an Excavator and a Telehandler. It was an incredible thing to watch! Check out our Facebook page to see a video of the process and more photos! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Landshapes/476501595704554
Wright Excavation out of Franklin, Vermont was here at the begining of the week, digging trees in the Landshapes nursery. They dug some very large Heritage River Birch, Ash and a beautiful Amur maackia. We will be using these trees in several of our Landscape installations throughout the season.
The Estate/Property Maintenance crew of this Vermont landscape company has been busy the past few weeks doing spring clean-ups for our commercial and residential customers all over Vermont. Once the initial spring clean-up is completed the second half of the crew comes through to mulch all the beds.