Thomas Elliott and Co. of Long Island has a team of experienced landscapers who provides high-quality landscape design, maintenance, and installation services to residential and commercial clients in the area. From creating beautiful garden designs to maintaining lush lawns, our goal is to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor space and make it a place you can enjoy for years to come. We serve Nassau and Suffolk counties and the north or south forks of Long Island. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and see how we can bring your landscape dreams to life!
THOMAS ELLIOTT & CO. provides exceptional Landscape Design, Landscape Architecture, Patios & Masonry, Outdoor Kitchens, and Garden Design to serve Nassau county including Old Westbury, Old Brookville, Muttontown, Oyster Bay, Glen Cove, and the north shore of Long Island.
Hedges and shrubs can be used to create beautiful and functional landscapes. Thomas Elliott and Co.’s landscape design team has plenty of ideas:
Create a formal hedge: Use a low-growing, tightly trimmed hedge to create a traditional border around a garden bed or walkway.
Create a living fence: Use taller hedges or shrubs to create a living fence that provides privacy and security around your property.
Mix and match: Combine different types of hedges and shrubs to create a layered look that adds depth and interest to your landscape.
Create a focal point: Use a large, dramatic shrub or hedge as a focal point in your landscape. Consider using flowering shrubs like hydrangeas or azaleas to add color and interest.
Define outdoor rooms: Use hedges or shrubs to define outdoor spaces in your landscape. For example, you could use a low barrier to separate a dining area from a lounging area.
Create a natural screen: Use hedges or shrubs to create a natural screen that blocks unsightly views or noise.
Use as ground cover: Use low-growing shrubs where grass won’t grow or where you want to create a low-maintenance landscape.
We choose plants that are appropriate for your climate and soil conditions and consider the ultimate size and shape of the plants when selecting them for your landscape.
Bellport, New York