Hardscapes such as a walkway, path or patio are the perfect accompaniment to a landscape planting.  They provide usable spaces and a functional way to move throughout and enjoy your property.  At the same time, they add beauty and value to your home landscape.

Utilizing varied natural stone and recycled materials, we subcontract with skilled local masons who can configure walkways, patios, paths, low walls, or unique natural stone projects. They also have experience solving drainage problems.  A PBOG Project Manager will coordinate your project from design concept to installation.

The PBOG staff includes a former carpenter who delights in designing and building unique garden structures of long-lasting cedar or black locust wood.

Low stone walls

Downspout redirected under ground

Completed grape arbor made of black locust logs

New stone walls and steps create beautiful and functional bridge from new asphalt driveway to front porch.

Pergola made from black locust logs

Goshen stone pathway

Natural fieldstones replaced manufactured pavers

Drip edging installation

Finishing work on new bluestone sitting area overlooking woodland garden. Lee Gadway photo.

Setting the Sonotube base for a new garden swing

Two years later, the finished swing awaits in a woodland garden