Landscape Design / Build

LANDSCAPE DESIGN, BUILD – AND PLANT

At Seely’s, Roger Sr., the head designer, teaches all of our designers to ask many questions before the design process begins! I.e. How many folks will you be entertaining on your patio?  What is the traffic flow pattern?  Would you like a seating wall to accommodate 10 or 15 people without moving a chair? Does a gas burning fire pit interest you? A kitchen? A pizza oven?  Do you want a blooming sequence, a fragrance sequence? All Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter color?  Do you need shade?  What are your colors? Do you like red and yellow together in the garden? Does a minimum maintenance garden sound good to you? Plus a myriad more of questions.

This process insures our client’s landscape fits their dream garden with beauty, minimal maintenance as well as function.  We do emphasize and integrate our wide selection of plants to enhance our construction design.  This process sets us apart from our competition.

To relax on the patio in the evening, and have a fire while the fragrant fringe tree, carlcephalum viburnum or Seven sons tree is in full bloom is beyond compare.

Please call us when you are ready to embark on your landscape filled with beauty, fragrance and function.


For you, our many design/installation styles include:

  • Japanese gardens
  • Formal Williamsburg gardens
  • Knot gardens and topiaries
  • English Cottage gardens
  • Shade and/or Sun gardens
  • Front Entrance Welcome zones
  • Conifer Collector gardens
  • Natural gardens
  • Fragrance sequence gardens
  • Bloom sequence gardens
  • Fall color sequence
  • Landscaping for wet/dry areas
  • Rock gardens and Miniatures
  • Water gardens, Creeks and Waterfalls
  • New Lawns – seed or sod
  • Woodland and Hillside gardens
  • Drought tolerant landscaping
  • Hummingbird & Butterfly gardens


In all styles we use:

      • Organic soil preparation
      • Composted odorless horse manure
      • Cottonseed meal
      • Azomite
      • Soft phosphorous

Our construction expertise includes:

      • Concrete paver and Brick patios, walks and driveways
      • Cobble Stone pathways and walks
      • Natural Stone retaining walls
      • Natural Flagstone patios
      • Seating walls and pillars
      • Flagstone patios
      • Stepping Stone pathways
      • Arbors, Pergolas and Decks
      • Fencing

Ponds

      • Formal ponds and fountains
      • Natural creeks
      • Koi ponds
      • Ponds from 6’x6’ to 40’ x 40’
      • Natural waterfalls
      • Dry creeks
      • Pond lighting
      • Pondless waterfalls


Planting and transplanting of big mature shade trees and evergreens (up to 12” caliper)

 * We guarantee our work for one full year after date of installation. (Details on contract)


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 Project 1 : New patio & retaining wall

 


Project 2 : New patio & traffic flow

Project 3 : New patio, seating wall, fire pit, and privacy landscaping

Project 4 : New patio and landscaping

Project 5 : Outdoor entertainment room

 

 

 

walkway

 Stone Block Walkway Landscape Video


Project 6 : New front entrance

 


Project 7 : Dry stream, front planting, & bench

Project 8 : Resurrection of an old patio

Project 9 : Rock garden around hot tub

Project 10 : Visit our Youtube channel for VIDEOS of many finished projects!

Natural Waterfall Landscape

Natural Waterfall Landscape Video

Natural Pond Landscape

Natural Pond Landscape Video

 

 


Project 11 : Conifer & Dwarf Conifer Garden

Project 12 : Small spaces can be beautiful

 


Project 13 : English Garden

 


 

Links to materials and products we use in our landscapes:

Lang Stone Co. – www.langstone.com

A company providing central Ohio with quality stone products – pavers, rocks, stepping stones, etc.

Aquascapes – www.aquascapes.com

Professional pond filtration systems

Unilock – www.unilock.com

Landscape pavers & stone

Iseli Nursery, Inc – www.iselinursery.com

Wholesale grower of rare conifers and Japanese maples