St. Michaels Estate

Check out a great article from Chesapeake home+living about a St. Michaels Estate. We designed and installed the landscape on the property!

The property is also a 2010 Landscape Award Winner receiving a Grand Award from Landscape Contractors Association, LCA for Total Residential Contracting and a Merit Award from the Professional Landcare Network, PLANET for Residential Design/Build.

Working with a Master Plan

A comprehensive master plan can be an excellent investment before starting any landscape project. The cost of a master plan is relatively low compared to construction costs. “Utilizing a master plan through the planning process, you can be sure that all of your landscape investments will be geared towards your family’s long-term goals for the property.”-Tom Nugent, ASLA, Residential Sales Consultant, Chapel Valley Landscape. Read more »

Chapel Valley Awarded 2 National Awards and 2 Regional Awards

Chapel Valley Landscape recently received two National Awards at the Green Industry Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. The awards were present by PLANET, the Professional Landcare Network, an international association serving lawn care professionals, exterior maintenance contractors, installation/design/build professionals, and interiorscapers.

We were awarded a National Award in the category of Residential Design/Build for a Private Residence in St. Michaels, Maryland and a National Award in the Residential Landscape Maintenance category for a Private Residence in Baltimore, Maryland. Read more »

Chapel Valley Designs & Installs A Natural Learning Garden at the Congressional Schools of Virginia

Chapel Valley Landscape Company has partnered with The Congressional Schools of Virginia located in Falls Church to install their new “Giant’s Reading Garden”. The project included the design and installation of new landscaping for the area at the school located on Sleepy Hollow Road.

The “Giant’s Reading Garden” is the first phase of an overall landscape plan for The Outdoor Learning Center and Discovery Trail. Congressional Schools of Virginia considers these areas “A 40- Acre Opportunity… To Learn…  To Play…To Grow” for the students which range in age from pre-school to 8th grade. Read more »