WHAT WE DO:

Circle logo of yellow container in winter with sarcococca and pale white primula

CONTAINER DESIGN

Custom container design for residences, condos, and businesses

Writing

Copyrighting, Editorial, Technical Documentation, FDA Compliance

Author behind camera reflected in mirror.

Photography

Freelance and on-assignment garden and landscape photography for Real Estate Staging, Landscapers, Garden Designers, Newspapers, Websites, and Magazines

Portfolio

photography

CONTAINER DESIGN

Container Design Process

STEP 1
Site Visit & Planning

Every beautiful garden reflects its owners and every site is different.  From houseboats to rooftops, condos to private gardens, you will need your containers to be stunning in shade or sun, in spring and fall.  Our initial visit determines your needs for a simple seasonal statement container, container groupings in the landscape, or ongoing maintenance and twice-a-year seasonal color changes.  We can also recommend and purchase new containers for you.

Step 2
Design & Installation

Once you are on our installation calendar (April-May or Sept-Oct) or have a one-time event, we design each container to reflect your style, matching the container and scale of planting to the site, and choose only the best grown annuals and perennials available.  We take into account the aspect and amount of sun, as well as exposure and drought tolerance.   We also can install drip-irrigation to cover those vacations or just peace of mind.

Step 3
Maintenance

Included in every installation contract is two site visits, one immediately after installation, and a second midway through the season to check on plant growth, perform deadheading and apply organic fertilizer, as needed.

OUR BLOG

Coming soon

We have years of blog posts, but are working behind the scenes to update them for our new look.

CONTACT

Address

Seattle WA | Bainbridge Island WA

Phone

+1-206-388-6955

E-mail

grace@gracehensleyhorticulture.com


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