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Landscape Drainage Project – Gold Hill

This property in Gold Hill had a big problem. The whole property is fairly flat. When it rained, the water just collected in the yard, threatening the house and decking with a big swampy mess. The solution: a new drainage plan.

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Phase 1: Tegula walls

Jacksonville – Landscaping in Phases

Sometimes, due to budget or time constraints, a landscape plan installation has to be spread out over 3, 5 or even more years. If your dreams are bigger than time or budget allow, your landscape designer can create a landscape master plan – an all-encompassing plan that includes all details of the project – the […]

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steep slope after

Steep Slope Landscape in Ashland

The steep slope at this Ashland home made the backyard virtually unusable. It was a challenge to get our equipment in to do the to work. But the property had a nice view. Making it more user friendly required some terracing work. On the top level, in front of the existing shed area extended the […]

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Foots Creek Landscape Design plan, Rogue RIver

Foots Creek Landscape Design Plan

This landscape design project on Foots Creek has been designed but not yet installed. We’ll share project photos once the installation gets underway. Room for a New Car Port The existing driveway headed straight to the house. To make space for and access to a new 30 by 20 foot pavilion beamed carport area on […]

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old decking removed

Upper East Medford Project

This upper East Medford yard was already nice. But the homeowners like to entertain and the old layout just didn’t flow well. Plus. some of the decking was falling and the cement pool decking had cracks. This is a multi-phased job. First task was to remove the falling trex decking. The space it occupied is […]

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Retaining wall takes shape

East Medford Project

This East Medford backyard is getting a total makeover. The original yard was sloped, and lumpy; the patio, smallish and somewhat unusable. Uruly and overgrown juniper was a fire hazard. Click on photo to see larger version. First up, remove the juniper to to lessen the fire danger. Work has started on the enlarged back […]

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Paver Installation

Paver Installation Process

Installed correctly, patio pavers should last for many years. At Good Earth Landscape, we have paver jobs we installed 20 years ago that still look great. But for that kind of longevity, preparation of the subsurface is the most important part of the job. Most pavers are 2 3/8″ thick. In order to accommodate a […]

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Pond is 4 ft. deep with steps down into it

Custom Backyard Landscape – Completed

We first shared photos of the work in progress and now we’re delighted to share photos of this East Medford backyard landscape project just recently completed. Click on photo to see larger version. The round paver patio has a cascading water feature ending in a 4 ft. deep pond. Steps into the pond allow the […]

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Metal pergola with lighting and fan shades jacuzzi

Recently Completed in East Medford

Here’s some snaps of a landscape project we recently completed in East Medford. The most outstanding feature is the large lawn – 5,000 sq. ft.! A metal pergola with lighting and fan shades a swim spa and jacuzzi. A pretty gravel path borders the edge of the property. Click on photo to see larger version. […]

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Backyard Landscape Project in Progress

Custom Backyard Landscape – In Progress

For this backyard landscape project in East Medford, still in progress, we designed and are installing a stone paver patio with a cascading water feature and cedar privacy screening panels. Click on photo to see larger version. The step-down cascading water feature ends with a mortared in the pool/pond. At 4 feet deep, it is […]

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