The Plant EscapeWay
This photo is from a client's property we planted in the DTC area. She wanted a wild flower look with an organic / sporadic feel.
A SIMPLE PROCESS TO ADD LIFE TO YOUR SPACE
Plants truly complete the space. Weather you are looking to improve your exterior landscape with annuals, ornamental grasses, perennials or trees or if you'd like to bring the great outdoors inside your office or hotel with office plants, living walls or moss panels - Here are a few simple steps to complete your space.
What's Your Vision?
We'll schedule a time with you to come out and see your location. We'll discuss your vision, color preferences and budget.
Major considerations are always light availability, viewing distance and how trafficked the area is.
DESIGN & PROPOSAL
With your vision in mind, we'll go to the drawing board to craft a proposal that incorporates the ideas you've shared with us and the knowledge we bring to the table.
We'll present you with a detailed description of what your space could be.
Once we've agreed upon a proposal, we'll order in the materials and schedule a installation date that works for you.
The lead designer for your project will accompany a foreman to ensure we perform the install according to your vision.
Following installation, we'll craft a plant to keep the plants looking incredible. For most properties this will entail weekly visits to trim, fertilize & cleanup the area. If weeding, watering or deadheading are needed, we'll take care of everything.
This photo is from a hospital facility we completed with interior plants and containers near Inverness Golf Course in the DTC.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Mae does a great job at Liberty Media on our 2 live plant walls and our decorative plants in the building. She is a breath of fresh air with her bubbly yet professional manner.”
A NOTE ON PROCESS TIMING
We typically tell clients it take 2-4 weeks from the time you agree on a proposal, and pay the 50% deposit before we can install your project. While most exterior landscape materials (rock, plants, mulch, etc.) can be sourced locally, most interior materials (tropical plants, living wall systems, moss wall panels) have to be sourced from out of state. If we're adding decorative containers to your space, the often come from overseas - and literally take the slow boat from China. On the exterior side, if you'd like fiberglass containers, those can arrive quickly but cast concrete and ceramics can take a few months to get in.