“sustainability”

Sometimes people asked why I started my own company…. many reasons Mostly because I love designing, creating, and managing/stewarding the landscapes we impact, build on, and create. I also found myself on design teams for great landscapes, and some that could have been great, but for the forces of how we manage and steward ourContinue reading ““sustainability””

First installation of 2020!

The first installation of 2020 is in the ground and ready for Spring!

Parkway Possibilities

This is an urban parkway in a residential neighborhood in Chicago. The plantings are native, except the Clematis and the tulips. There are several boulders that make great seats on a hot summer evening. Weeding a couple times a year is all this type of landscape needs, as long as the Norway Maples are trimmedContinue reading “Parkway Possibilities”

United Church of Rogers Park Teaching Garden

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Beginning…. to …. well, almost the end………

We still need to add a tree, and divert the downspout to the rain garden, & also add a rain barrel. The hard work was done by Let’s Go Chicago’s participants!

Neighbors, Community, and Green Infrastructure Solutions

Please check out this video of the Let’s Go Chicago team laying some drainpipe at one of our projects.  We had a big rain last week and were absolutely thrilled to receive an email from our client indicating there was no more seepage through her basement wall!

The RIVERS Project… part of FRED Weekend

Riverside, Illinois is hosting FRED, in honor of Frederick Law Olmsted. The RIVERS Project is a collaboration with among Lupfer Landscaping, Dig Right In Landscaping, Semiramis Studio, and Aquascapes. We are offering to address residents’ flooding problems with installation work culminating in a green infrastructure extreme build and education event August 16-18! Contact the numberContinue reading “The RIVERS Project… part of FRED Weekend”

Watch the Rain Garden Do It’s Thing…!

Watch the Video:  Semiramis Studio’s garden at CNT-E The Garden at CNT Energy during a rainstorm with the newly diverted downspout water going into the garden! Want to know more?