Linda Greenberg Landscape & Design, LLC: Transforming Outdoor Living Spaces - Each outdoor living area is just as unique as the owner of the property. “What is most important is to make the client feel special because their garden is a part of who they are.” Linda loves the initial consultation process, where she visits your home to figure out exactly what the project will entail and determine the intended end result.
The 'Front Zone' Will Be Huge in 2022: Here's How to Style Yours - You'll want to select porch furniture that is optimal for entertaining small groups and is comfortable. Landscape Designer Linda Greenberg selects opting for furniture that can accommodate two people, if not four. You'll also want to keep multi-functional pieces top of mind. "Make sure you can prop your feet, using an ottoman, which can also hold a tray of appetizers," Greenberg said.
Three Of The Best Weeping Trees For Charleston Green Spaces - “Weeping trees reach for the sky, then cascade to the earth,” says local landscape designer Linda Greenberg of the small tribe of plants whose branches grow in a gracefully drooping habit. “I love the contrast of the up and down motion.”
As the owner of Linda Greenberg Landscape & Design, LLC she often uses the trees in Zen and memorial gardens. But their unusual form makes them focal point-worthy in any landscape, she says, “and narrow varieties can fill odd spaces, like between two windows.” Here, meet a selection that thrive in the Lowcountry.
As lofty and poetic as that may sound, it’s clear that Greenberg’s approach is down-to-earth. No matter what the project—from repurposing an existing garden area for a homeowner to starting from scratch for a newly built home—connecting with the client and learning how they live is vital.
The number of us researching the cost of backyard landscaping has rocketed in the past year – with an 80% increase in searches for 'backyard landscaping ideas on a budget' alone. This all leads to the imperative question: how much does backyard landscaping cost?
A landscape designer in Charlotte gives advice on getting a garden that’s beautiful and unique
Read how Linda approaches her work with a reverence for joy, life and nature in her latest feature, on page 200 of Charleston Style & Design Fall 2020. Read it here.
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