Aardweg Landscaping has been designing remarkable ‘Before’ and ‘After’ landscape transformations for over 35 years for residents of Main Line and Philadelphia area communities including Gladwyne, Haverford, and King of Prussia.
Our popular photographic imaging technology enables us to create realistic and accurate ‘After’ images from ‘Before’ photographic images of prominent areas in your garden. This affordable option helps our customers to visualize the final design and gives them an actual picture of the selection, composition, scale, and layering of the plants.
Our design process begins with a complimentary consultation at your home. We visit and discuss your landscaping plans, determine the direction of the design process, and establish whether or not you are interested in photographic image design – or a landscape master plan drawing – or both.
For customers interested in photographic imaging, we select a number of garden areas to highlight. Digital imagery is charged at $100 per photographic image composition. A typical front yard requires two or three photographic images to complete the plan.
Please take a few minutes to visit our Transformations Page where you will see examples of our professional landscaping portfolio. Steve Aardweg, of Aardweg Landscaping, is one of a small group of landscape designers on the Main Line, and in the greater Philadelphia area who is certified by the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. To learn more about our photographic image design, or master plan drawings, please call us at 610-355-0703 or contact us online.
For all of you plant lovers, don’t miss the upcoming Scott Arboretum pre-plant sale lecture at Swarthmore College on Wednesday, August 24. It is entitled, “Fantastic Plants of the 2011 Plant Sale!” The Arboretum staff will review ornamental attributes, growing conditions, and garden uses for many of the outstanding plants being offered this year at the September 17-18, 2011 Plant Sale. The lecture is offered to residents of Main Line and Philadelphia area communities including Gladwyne, Haverford, King of Prussia and many others. Limited in size to 60 participants, it will start at 7pm in the Gillespie Room of the Wister Center. Advance registration is required by calling 610-328-8025.