A gallery of images showing water-saving artificial grass incorporated into spectacular southern Utah landscapes. From putting greens to full-sized lawns, artificial grass provides green space while saving water and maintenance costs.
For Rich and Bonnie’s landscape in Kayenta we created a zen-like atmosphere in their front courtyard. And we incorporated the landscape surrounding the home into the features of their backyard. We built a lovely little water feature that will be framed by the Red Mountain as they look out their back windows. And there will…
Some of our favorite projects from 2021!
We finished up an amazing project last week… It’s on the south end of St. George and features a sandy spot for sunbathing just a few feet away from the new pool…. so we’ve taken to calling it the “South Beach” project…
This landscaping project in Washington Fields, Utah features numerous planter boxes created from corten steel. Corten steel takes on a rusted look but won’t deteriorate from the rust as the years go by making it a fantastic steel for use in outdoor landscaping projects.
This landscaping project in the Cove subdivision at Sunbrook overlooks the second hole, an uphill par 5 on the Pointe nine at Sunbrook Golf Course. Artificial turf and a waterfall feature accent the backyard.
A landscaping project featuring a fiberglass pool in the Reserve subdivision in St. George, Utah.
An landscpaing project in an expansive backyard on a large lot in the Ventana subdivision in Little Valley.
Due to water table issues, the pool in this Washington Fields backyard was raised a few feet above the level of the rest of the yard. This creates several different levels in the landscaping and presents a fun way to separate the various outdoor spaces.