Do you want to acquire a beautiful landscape and enrich your home? Both owners, Philip and Joan, have over 60 years of combined experience in landscaping, creating wonderful landscapes in Oakland county.
We deliver value that hits home. You will find some interesting landscape design techniques which really complete the landscape, and sets it apart from other homes. Whether you enjoy a lot of color, or a little color, perennial flowers add that extra sparkle in the landscape homeowners gravitate towards…and the extra curb appeal is what sets you apart from other homes!
We offer many varieties of trees for privacy, shade trees, evergreen trees, trees for autumn color, and ornamental flowering trees for that extra splash in the garden whether it’s in the front or backyard.
Colorscape Landscaping recognizes that architects, builders, homeowners, designers, and city planners prefer brick pavers over other surfaces because of their great color retention, durability, ease of repair, aesthetics, design option, and low maintenance.
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Creative Designs by Colorscape Landscaping can be achieved in Orchard Lake MI
Beautiful boxwood evergreen hedges, masterfully manicured for that stately look really hold your home’s architecture together in the front yard. Creating beds and borders with dark green evergreens accentuate bright perennial colors in the foreground. Lastly, planting artistically sheared evergreens shown here on the right, can give a backyard a bolder more formal feeling. This is our long-time customer’s private outdoor reading room. Call Colorscape Landscaping to see what can be dreamed up at your Orchard Lake, MI home.
Colorscape Landscaping can give you a beautiful garden around your brick patio, or perhaps a troublesome slope in the backyard. Interspersed with some low growing boxwood evergreens gives the landscape structure and dimension, and in the winter the boxwoods will continue to provide evidence of a garden awaiting its return. Yes, they are very winter hardy if the correct varieties are selected. Call us for a consultation.