8 Acre Family Owned Garden Center known for our friendly, informative staff & quality plants. Specializing in landscape size trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and garden essentials.
Seoane Landscape Design, Inc. Established 1973 Landscape Design, Construction, Maintenance and Masonry.
As the heads of C&C Landscape, brothers Celio and Celso Dias hold themselves accountable for the pristine appearance of their clients' lawns and gardens. To maintain these green expanses, the brothers and their crews rely on thorough attention to detail and keen eyes for orderliness that render yards ready for outdoor picnics or catching fireflies for use in do-it-yourself glow sticks. Homeowners can sign their yard's fur up for regular mowing services or employ the yardsmiths to install retaining walls, patios, or shrubs. Like a teenager collecting celebrity hair samples, C&C Landscape keeps an online gallery of its past handiwork. :m]]
For more than three decades, Pungitore Landscaping has beautified home and commercial lawns throughout the Hingham and Cohasset areas. Swaths of lush sod adhere to dirt with help from Pungitore's technicians, who return to mow, aerate, and fertilize the new grass. Staffers also hoist stones for retaining walls and patios, install irrigation systems, and hop in Bobcat machines to remove unwelcome tree stumps and other detritus.
Owner Jim Veneto and his team of expert stonemasons work closely with clients to dream up custom landscaping and decorative architectural structures crafted from natural stone. Asphalt, concrete, and paving stones lay out patios and walkways, and natural-stone walls channel the property lines constructed by early farmers attempting to demarcate Capture the Flag boundaries. The experts can erect outdoor kitchens and brick pizza ovens for upscale outdoor dining and natural-looking stone waterfalls to transport homeowners into fantasies of birds of paradise flitting about preparing a backyard soiree. Also specializing in maintaining and repairing clients' stone-crafted structures, the stonemasons can reconstruct brick walkways, stairs, and chimneys.
A. Thomas & Sons' green thumbs cull multicolored flora from more than 8 acres of nursery to equip clients with the flowers needed to beautify backyards and make patios presentable. Colorful blooms, such as hydrangeas ($40) and knockout roses ($40), sit patiently with hopes of being selected to enliven drab flowerbeds or bunk beds, and mandevilla flowering vines prepare to accouter underdressed trellises, lampposts, and prom dates in sophisticated and colorful boutonnieres ($40). Hibiscus flowers complement living spaces with a touch of tropical color ($40), and large ornamental grasses grant growers the perfect building block for a human terrarium ($40). To solve garden problems beyond plant predicaments, the nursery specialists also curate a stock of wildlife feeders, wind chimes, fountains, and concrete statuaries.
Thayer Nursery, a six-acre, family-owned farm, has been showering the community with exceptional plants and gardening products since 1965. Thayer Nursery guarantees that their kiln-dried firewood contains no stowaway bugs and has moisture levels below 25%. Unlike regular seasoned wood, kiln-dried wood spends three days de-liquifying in a 200-degree kiln before it is stored safely in an element- and Hamburgler-protected barn. Because of this extra-special care, the wood burns cleaner, hotter, and longer, and it doesn't require a PhD in Boy Scouting to light. Kiln-fired logs also contain less chimney-fouling creosote. In addition to fire fuel, Thayer offers a bevy of bouncing baby nursery plants such as three-gallon potted roses ($22.50) and eight-inch mums ($9 each). Shrewd shrub-tenders can prepare their greenery for winter snows with a 40-pound bag of HollyTone fertilizer ($32) from Thayer's complete line of garden supplies. Thayer Nursery has an extensive selection of organic gardening materials and homegrown advice about sustainable growing practices. Even regular, flesh-toned thumbs can take on a Kermit hue with The Gardener's A to Z Guide to Growing Organic Food ($24.95).