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The vegetable garden is a beautiful extension of the formal Living space.
This architectural elements help define space without making the garden feel closed in.
Using Wissahickon shist, a stone indigenous to our area, is a naturally beautiful choice.
Subtle grade changes help to define space and add interest to the garden layout.
This trellis and pergola not only create visual interest, they actually add more space to grow vegetables.
The raised cobbles are reminiscent of English gardens and add a formal touch to the kitchen garden.
This large staircase was a dynamic addition to the home and garden.
There is something grand about natural stone paving that gives the garden a rich and historic feel.
This outdoor living space is the perfect marriage of form and function. While this couple wanted a formal garden for entertaining they also wanted a vegetable garden as part of their healthy lifestyle. David Brothers created a formal kitchen garden that transitions seamlessly to the rest of the garden.