As impressive as a patio, gazebo or stonework can be, nothing gives us more enrichment and pleasure than having the beauty and colours of healthy plant life around us. As caring and skilled gardeners, we love to bring homeowners’ properties to life. We design and install gardens and landscapes to beautify leisure spaces, soften the lines of hardscapes, and create personal spaces for diversion and rejuvenation.
There will be wonderful sights and scents to take in, without a doubt, but gardens and other planting can have very real functional benefits as well. Trees, shrubs and beds can be carefully placed to flow traffic around a landscape, hide unwelcome views, or signal a spot to just pause and enjoy the beauty of the space.
Why not use plant life to function as a fence or wall? Shrubs are one of the most beautiful ways to define your property lines, provide visual barriers where needed and surround your private retreat in lush greenery. Container plantings can work similarly, but can also be re-positioned to accommodate gatherings or designate an outdoor room area.
We develop gardens to suit the homeowner and the home. Whether you enjoy the occasional work in the garden or prefer a completely hands off approach, we can create the perfect garden for you.
Predominantly perennials Shade-loving gardens Showy floral gardens Rock gardens Herb and veg gardens Ground cover beds Containers and raised beds We look forward to the every new project because we love to see how much pleasure each unique garden design provides to its homeowner. Give us a call to discuss your perfect surroundings.
Simmons Landscaping Ltd. has the experience and personnel to provide the highest quality construction on schedule and within budget. We support our clients from project inception, to the commissioning of the fully operational facility.
You never need to feel your choice in lawn service is a gamble – we stand behind our products and our work. Talk to us about our product and service warranties.
When it comes to tree and shrub planting, knowing what tree to plant – and how and where to plant it – can make all of the difference.