Rich soil is imported, bermed, and sculpted above an old wall.
Results a year later from excellent soil preparation, irrigation and plants.
Rich, new soil is blended and bermed up to improve the look of the yard and to provide a great root zone for the new trees and plants.
Mulch beautifies the garden, keeps down the weeds, retains soil moisture, softens soil-temperature swings,...
After a new fence is installed, the soil is richly amended and bermed.
Beautiful new plants and mulch are in now (with drip irrigation under the mulch.)
A backyard hillside is terraced with field stones, the soil is amended, and the grapevine trellis is installed with drip irrigation.
The young, new vineyard thrives.
New crape myrtle trees await planting in this full berm of amended soil.
The crape myrtles and mediterranean plants in their first season of growth.
Clearing and preparing the soil deeply, below the new flagstone patio, for the upcoming lawn.
The new patio, lawn, and deck extension are just completed.
Up front investment in good soil preparation and amendments.
Results a year later of all the up-front preparation: soil, irrigation, and the right plants.
The same newly planted and mulched hillside further down the driveway
Newly terraced field stone walls and now the soil is being opened, cleared, and amended
The colorful mediterranean plants thrive in this new garden