"Scott Vice is honest, timely and available. The crew was nice and efficient. I recommend them."
An active retired couple with a large extended family wanted to update their landscape to include slate-tiled entry columns topped with carriage lanterns. The formal boxwood hedge creates a tidy edge to the curved path made of exposed aggregate with tile inlay.
The country club area highlights the prestige look of expanses of perfectly maintained lawns. The sweep and scope of the lawns are accented with flowering trees that look spectacular in the Spring, and provide a splash of Autumn color in the Fall. Flowering Plum trees and Cherry Blossom trees give opulent Spring displays and a touch of elegance to the country club drive.
Scott Vice uses a variety of shapes and textures to please the eye, such as tumbled river rock at the curb. Silvery Artemesia Powis Castle specimen near the house flutters with blue-grey foliage and is drought-tolerant for the long, dry summers in Santa Rosa.