Awards & Recognitions

As a proud member of the Landscape Contractors Association, Grow Landscapes was thrilled to participate in the annual competition against other landscape and design professionals in the tri-state area.

In their first year formally competing, Grow Landscapes was thrilled to be recognized in two categories at the LCA’S 2013 Excellence in Landscape Awards & Certification Recognition Program in November.

Grow Landscapes Receives High Honors in Annual Landscaping Competitions

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LCA GRAND AWARD

Category: Outdoor Living Area (Design/Build)
Service: Landscape Design & Installation
Location: Arlington, VA

The homeowner’s goal for this property was to balance comfortable social areas to entertain, while still maintaining open lawn space for young children to play.

The centerpiece of this outdoor living space is the fireplace constructed from individually hand chiseled stones.

In order to maintain color consistency the capstones, countertops, stair treads, and fireplace mantle were cut from a single block of bluestone hand-chosen by the designer at the quarry.

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LCA HONORABLE MENTION AWARD

Category: Total Residential Contracting Service: Landscape Installation
Location: Arlington, VA

The project was designed by Jordan Honeyman Landscape Architecture and helped earn this new home LEED silver certification.

Honeyman’s brilliant design includes multiple living areas, an NBA regulation sports court, and a stunning kitchen garden.

This landscape installation required over included over 3,500 lush perennials, trees and shrubs naturally intermix with hand-chisled stone walkways and walls.

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FEATURED ON THE LEARNING CHANNEL

Subject: 10 Ways to Improve the Value of Your Home
Service: Landscape Design & Installation
Location: McLean, VA

The yard needed a new, wider and more inviting walkway to draw people in from the driveway

The new design included a curved path of flagstone to complete the natural feel of the design.

Existing plants and flowers were transplanted rather than thrown away, with more plant life added to complement the design.

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