Easton, MD

The unique project at this expansive estate involved the complete renovation of a formal 4-acre Edwardian style garden originally laid out in the late 19th century. The renovation, spanning three years, involved transplanting mature specimens of Crape Myrtle, Virginia cedar and 40-year old Osmanthus with 15′ spread. All garden areas required extensive soil improvement, grading, underdrainage and irrigation. Plantings were selected for pest resistance, winter interest and strong architectural form.
McHale Landscape Design Acquires Hawkins Landscape ServicesFamily-owned McHale continues the legacy of Bob Hawkins and his reputation of residential estate gardening in Bethesda Chevy Chase and the DC metropolitan area