In the next phase of this project we rebuild and reshape the garden walls and lay a new walkway/patio. The existing gardens were badly overgrown and the walls were falling apart. The paver walkway was deteriorating and overgrown with moss.
Then by dismantling the front stone wall it leaves us enough stone to rebuild that wall as well as rebuild/extend the garden wall.
Next we lay the walkway. For this we use a unique type of flagging called Goshen Stone. It is quarried locally in Goshen, MA and has a silvery, lustery appearance.
Along with the stonework we weed and prune the gardens and transplant desirable plants as needed. The hillside is also planted with a variety of perennial ground covering plants and a few select shrubs. Fresh topsoil is also spread over the whole yard and hyrdro-seeded.
In the spring we can return to see the grass and hillside grown in. Finished photos to come.