This walled garden includes three different types of bricks. Check out our Flickr page to see the construction process and hard working crew that built it!
At this Federal Style brownstone in Beacon Hill, we converted a courtyard of brick and wrought iron to a contemporary design using blue stone and cedar.
At Jean Brooks Landscapes, we specialize in creating outdoor living spaces. This fire pit is a place where the family can gather and enjoy nature. The Pennsylvania fieldstone provides an authentic, campfire feel.
Jean Brooks Landscapes can build your home garden in Boston, MA. Call them when you want an irrigation system in your garden design plan!
Amidst sweeping views of the city, this Boston roof garden offers a little slice of privacy. Fruit trees, vegetables and an assortment of herbs are bountiful even on the 18th floor!
Look for this project in the Fall issue of Architecture Leaders Today! The publication will highlight this landscape in conjunction with Boston Architects Hickox Williams.
A Japanese inspired rooftop oasis that features a full kitchen, raised vegetable beds, dining and living room areas. Pergola and bridge designed in collaboration with Trellis Structures.
A seasoned gardener called on us to help her with her decades old Cambridge landscape. The addition of fieldstone paths, formal boxwood hedges and perennials pulled it all together. The result, magic!
A courtyard garden inspired Vishnu, goddess of the cosmic elements that govern the universe. Line was used to divide the spaces representing water and earth. The garden is used as a meditation retreat and a place to practice yoga.
This is another one of our gardens on the waterfront of Historic Wellfleet Center where hydrangea, day lilies and mimosa thrive!