David Brothers designs and constructs gardens throughout the Delaware Valley area. Many of these projects involve sustainable elements and native plants in creating a livable, comfortable landscape for our clients to enjoy.
In Mt. Airy, David Brothers created an attractive entrance to this home. A landing along the side of the drive for easier unloading and a wide curved flagstone walk edged with cobbles made access both convenient and inviting.
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Springfield Township is the home of this beautiful sustainable/edible garden. Here, rain water flows through a wooden aquaduct and is collected in a cistern. The cistern water sustains an extensive vegetable and berry food supply. A rock swale winds through the property allowing water to recharge slowly into the aquifer and a pond attracts wildlife and birds.
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A mix of perennials and native shrubs creates this natural garden in Yardley, Pa. The small meadow and feeder attract songbirds. A path of antique recycled brick leads to the garden shed and a paver terrace serves as a place to relax.
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At the back of this Chestnut Hill residence, the gardens around a natural stone terrace blend into a meadow which in turn merges into the woodlands of Fairmount Park. The flowering trees of the woodland edge provide a ring of spring flowers.
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