A Gallery of Our Projects
Witham Hill, Corvallis
Circles are offset: ten and eight feet in diameter with new sod. Sod is a custom drought-resistant blend grown locally in the Willamette Valley. The pavers are also made locally in the Pacific Northwest and consistent with our company's theme of sustainability of our local economy. Project was completed in late August of 2013 in the Witham Hill area of Corvallis.
Grand Oaks, Corvallis
Parking strip landscape project. Removed sod, installed commercial grade landscape fabric for weed barrier, created dry creek look with assorted local rock and imported Mexican beach pebble (black rock). Native drought tolerant planting with Oregon Grape and blue fescue from local native plant nursery in Grand Oaks area of Corvallis.
Birdsong Drive, Corvallis
Another water feature, using Columnar basalt and Rainbow rock pondless reservoir, plus additional plantings.
Burgundy Drive, Lewisburg
We created a water feature with an oriental feel, using Chinese granite and featherlite rocks.
Chinquapin Place, Corvallis
Flagstone patio extension, with natural rock border.
Conser Place, Corvallis
Paver patio extension, multicolor.
Country Club Road, Corvallis
Go Beavers !
Retaining wall with low maintenance curbside strip.
Ivy Place, Corvallis
Flagstone and gravel paths, and a paver patio.
Merrie Drive, Corvallis
Moose Run, Albany
This project started from a very rough area. We graded, installed a sod lawn, planted trees and perennials, and laid down gravel in the utility side yard.
Pettibone Rd, Lewisburg
Excellence Landscaping did all the plantings except for the existing rhododendrons.
SW 47TH Street, Corvallis
Some alternatives to the traditonal front lawn and grass parking strip.
Willamette Landing, Corvallis
The owners of this property wanted to do their own planting, so we installed a sod lawn and planting beds. We also created a play area space with a bed of pea gravel; the owners will install their own play structures.
Wood Castle, Hwy 34
This project for Wood Castle Furniture, on Hwy 34 between Albany and Corvallis, involved keystone construction, planting beds and colorful plantings. The mix of annuals and perennials was planted early in 2006, and offered cheerful color throughout the year. Evergreens and perennials keep an attractive, living green color through the winter.
Woodland Drive, Corvallis