Take Back Your Yard

Honeysuckle is synonymous with backyards in Cincinnati. This invasive chokes out our native plants and feeds our wildlife berries that bring little nutrition.  At this Madeira home a large portion of the backyard had been taken over by honeysuckle. A design was developed to create a sanctuary in place of the honeysuckle.   A place for the family to enjoy the backyard's unique topography, creek and newly planted natives.  

View from seating area surrounded by native woodland plantings

The results exceeded our highest expectation. Everything John and his crew did was done to a highest standard of excellence. We could not be more pleased.
— Joy N. - Madeira
Honeysuckle removal before and after

Honeysuckle removal before and after

 
 
landscape design 
“It feels like our yard has doubled in size!”.
— Joy N. - Madeira
 
Freshly planted coralberries. These new additions will grow to hold this hillside where there once were honeysuckle. Added bonus is that they are also deer resistant and can handle compacted clay! 

Freshly planted coralberries. These new additions will grow to hold this hillside where there once were honeysuckle. Added bonus is that they are also deer resistant and can handle compacted clay!