FORT COLLINS, CO
This one of a kind pergola was designed by BE to serve as a great space for evening wine and conversation. Flowing curtains add an element of serenity. As the years move forward Wisteria Flowers and Grape Clusters will hang from the ceiling of this garden structure.
From all angles a garden must be beautiful.
Having a xeric garden does not mean that it must feel like the desert.
These homeowners will be able to sow and eat from their own bounty.
The sound of water trickling over this monolith brings serenity to this gorgeous garden.
A garden is never complete without it's decorative details. The homeowner/interior designer has chosen a beautiful array of been and yellow toned pots as her subtle, yet elegant addition to the garden.
This Creeping Jenny has done fabulously in the shade, in between the stone pathway.
Each year these pots change. Each year the homeowner gets to be the artist and create her very own look.
This yard was once a lot of mixed weeds and bluegrass. The entire yard obtained a full makeover.
Design / Project Management : Fort Collins, Co
It was a surprise to Brittany when she got word that her first garden was going to be in a local home tour in 2015. After only 5 years of molding and loving this garden with the home-owner, it was show worthy.
When Brittany designed and built this garden she had 2 years of Landscape Architecture school under her belt. She didn't have horticulture knowledge or construction experience, but she was determined to learn it all. She hired the right contractors for the job with her client, learned her plants from the local nursery, and took the whole summer to plant every one of these plants in the rocky Fort Collins clay soil.
After this summer, both Brittany and her client fell in love with the work they had done. This project goes to show just how impactful creating a garden can be on a friendship and community. Brittany and the client went from neighbors to family after creating this together.