You’ve seen some of those magnificent patio areas on television or the Web– and East Coast Landscape Design can develop the Kensington, MD patio area of your dreams.
Rest ensured that the knowledgeable experts at East Coast Landscape Design can create and develop your Kensington, MD dream outdoor patio. Here’s how:
- Our professionals will work with you to determine how you want to use your patio – now and in the future.
- We will help you choose products for your Kensington, MD outdoor patio that compliment your house.
- The expert craftsmen at East Coast Landscape Design utilize a large range of products consisting of stone, brick pavers, interlocking bricks, and stamped concrete.
- Our design engineers know how to carve out a patio using seating wall, where others might not know how.
For more information on the perfect patio for your Kensington, MD home, please contact the experts at East Coast Landscape Design. The professionals at East Coast Landscape Design will work with you to design a gorgeous patio that you and your family will love for many years to come.
Have a small space to fill in your home’s landscaping in Bethesda, MD? Consider these 5 great small trees.
- Amur Maple (Amur ginnala) – Mature height, 15-18 feet:
One of the first maples to get their leaves in the spring, this tree has a wide-spreading canopy. It can either be a large shrub or a small tree, but it’s more often limbed up to show off its strong sculptural form.
- Cornelian Cherry Dogwood (Cornus mas) – Mature height, 20-25 feet tall, 15-20 feet wide: A lovely small tree that produces bright yellow flowers in early spring. It usually branches to the ground, but can be limbed up effectively.
- Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia sp.) This tree comes in a wide range of sizes, from dwarf (a few feet tall) to the typical tree, which is 20 to 30 feet tall. The mid- to late-summer flowers come in pink, lavender, rose, almost-red and white. Its bark, shown off on a multi-trunked form, varies from creamy white to gray to sandy brown to cinnamon, depending on the species and cultivar.
- Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum) Mature height, 15-30 feet tall and wide: multiple varieties from a weeping threadleaf form that looks like a broad mound or the upright form that makes a small shade tree.
- Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) Mature height, 20-30 feet tall and a bit wider: welcome spring with an explosion of pink. Grows to 20 to 30 feet tall and slightly wider. The heart-shaped leaves of the species are bluish-green, but ‘Forest Pansy’ has burgundy leaves that fade with hot weather. Adapts to a wide range of soils as long as they’re not permanently wet.
For more information about great small trees for your landscaping in Bethesda, MD, please contact East Coast Landscape Design. For over 30 years, East Coast Landscape Design has designed and installed beautiful landscape and hardscape projects around Bethesda, MD, and surrounding communities.