Some recent projects of ours…


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Modern Feng Shui Design

A Vancouver builder wanting to cater to the Asian market for a fast sale on the newly built home.

Carefully planned out walkways, patios, trees and shrubs with specific colours and shapes placed in the appropriate 9 sectors.

Auspicious plants like Korean Lilacs, Heavenly Bamboo, Pines, Gold Stem Bamboo and Japanese Stewartia was incorporated.

An extended patio placed in their Wealth area with a large purple fountain beech tree, purple and red clematis. Black bugbane, and black mondo grass for the front Career area in the North. Romantic plants in reds, pinks and whites was placed for the South-West area benefiting their Partnerships. And red/orange triangular plants representing the Fame area in the South was added.

These are just few examples of how we benefit the clients’ landscape by placing the right plants in the right place with the right elements.

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Project: Natural Mediterranean

Homeowners in Mission, BC, wanting low maintenance, drought tolerant planting and colour all year.



Low maintenance, drought tolerant, natural mediterranean style. Plants included verbascum, yarrows, gauras, junipers, boxwood, roses, arctic willow, and foxgloves to name a few. The dry creek bed was put in to add a pleasing element to the already sloping property with drainage issues and run off.1-2013-07-15 003

For more pictures of our work click here!

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Tuscan Farm Gardens… Lavender Celebration


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Lavender, art, alternative healing and music heaven!Tuscan Farm Gardens Logo


Vast purple fields joined by musicians and artists displaying their painting, pottery, & jewellery. A Shaman, along with Reiki masters, chair massage and Intuits, sharing wisdom and insight.

Tours throughout the gardens and the new retreat house, and of course, relaxing by the gardens or by the pond with lavender treats.IMG_1852


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Korean No- Mow Grass


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Korean grass



Great Article at Studio G on a lawn alternative!

Click to view the article…  Korean No- Mow Grass.

Great Studio Alternative


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Remodeling and Home Design
Mission Landscape Architects & Designers

A Sneak Peak…


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Our Future Yard Sign

Easton Landscape Design

Easton Landscape Design

Living wall box filled with sedum ‘ogon’ and an assortment of echeveria  succulents: ‘truffles’ ‘green goddess’ ‘chroma’ and ‘perle von nurnberg’

It’s Official…


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You get a $1.09 return on every dollar invested in quality Landscaping.

Modern Landscape by Tarrytown Landscape Architect Westover Landscape Design, Inc.

“It is the only home improvement that generates a greater than one dollar return for every dollar spent,” says Hall.

“Put the same dollar into a bathroom or kitchen and, according to the Home Remodelling Institute, you get 73 cents return for that dollar, but our own research shows that with every dollar put into landscaping you get $1.09 in return.”

Contemporary Landscape by Bainbridge Island Landscape Architect Bliss Garden Design

So if your project is a $ 30’000 dollar investment, that means you will generate a return of $ 2’700 of pure profit in your pocket.

Charlie Hall is a professor in the department of horticultural sciences at Texas A&M University.  Everyone in the green industry listens to Charlie, he’s one of the most influential leaders in horticulture and does careful detailed research unearthing facts and statistics.

Not to mention the plethora of benefits that proves gardening and other aspects of the horticulture industry to be good for us.

Its not just pretty plants and money in our pockets …

Charlie Hall’s Top 17 Researched Proven Facts:
-Better concentration
-Increased positive feelings (more energy/vitality)
-Kids learn better and faster
-Patients heal faster
-Therapeutic and heals trauma
-Improves mental health
-Reduces health costs (more likely to exercise)
-The most cost effective way to change a community
-More green = less crime
-Increased sense of community (brings people together)
-Business do better (people buy more, shop longer, and pay more)
-Eco Tourism benefits
-Homes sell faster
-Improves biodiversity balancing ecosystems
-Absorbs noise pollution
-Improves quality of lives for humans and wildlife
-Increases longevity of asphalt



Source: Vancouver Sun

our balcony view


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succulents – Google Search.

A Cookie Fairy for a Night


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I made a double batch of my oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, the best cookies you’ll ever eat!


And bundled them up into pretty little packages, and dropped them off to neighbors,  family and friends.


The surprise Daffodils we received on the doorstep must have inspired me a little bit to scatter these joyful bites around.

Click here for the recipe.