Are you a southeastern Pennsylvania resident living in a local community such as Bala Cynwyd, Devon, Wayne, or Frazer and planning a new garden design, on a tight budget? If you are, we suggest you contact Aardweg Landscaping. Aardweg Landscaping, of Newtown Square, has stunning and unique landscape designs and installation plan options that will fit every budget.
A comprehensive landscape master plan will provide you with a plan for your garden that is cohesively and sensitively designed, making it look beautiful and balanced year-round. While the price for a master plan for the whole property typically ranges from $500 to $1250 (depending on the size), isolated backyard or front yard garden areas can be designed for a smaller design fee.
Aardweg Landscaping has completed every size project from small to very large for Bala Cynwyd, Devon, Wayne, Frazer and other Main Line customers. We often do all of the work shown on the master plan, or we can complete it in phases, based on your plans and budget. With some projects costing as low as $3,500, our installation projects normally begin around $5,000 and go up from there.
The property size, complexity of the design, and maturity of the plants are the determining factors in the cost. If you are working within a low budget, specifying smaller plants will allow you to do more with your garden. This approach requires patience on your part, as you watch your garden grow over the years. If you are seeking a garden that looks mature within a few months after planting, we will specify more densely planted and larger plants for you.
As a certified member of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Steve Aardweg of Aardweg Landscaping has been creating striking formal, perennial and low-maintenance front and backyard plans for more than 35 years along Philadelphia’s Main Line, southeastern Pennsylvania, and the Tri-State area.
Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the upcoming Southeast Pennsylvania Fall Home & Garden Show at the Greater Reading Expo Center October 7th through October 9th, 2011.