Check Out These Transformation Stories

Making your landscaping ideas a reality.

 These Home projects stand as testament to what is possible!


Carrington Project 2018

RH Landscape was hired to develop landscaping for the  site of a newly constructed house in Janesville.      

Ryan designed a plan for:

  • Plantings around the front of the house

  • Along the left hand side of the house

  • Pine trees in front of the house.

The owners also wished to have an island of pine trees in the back of the house, along with a small concrete patio exiting the back of the house with other perinninals along the back of the house.  

Ryan’s crew finished the task with seeding the lawn and laying down the straw.

Click through and let the pictures show you the process.

parade of homes 207 - arbor ridge

Click through to see how the use of the computer rendering of the client's project turned into reality. The family chose built in grill kit, coffee creek unilock pavers, heritage brown color border paver, and flagstone steppers. The trellis was removed later in the construction process.

New Sod in Evansville

New Sod was all that was needed here. We assisted the homeowner in completing their remodel and provided fresh top soil and sod to enhance their beautiful home.

Cumberland Project

This homeowner chose Unilock pavers in the coffee creek color including a fire pit kit.

Parade of Home Projects

Ryan has been honored to participate in the
South Central Builder's Association    
Parade of Homes since 2014. 

Click through the slides to view the showcased outdoor living spaces.

Whitewater Wisconsin Project

RH landscape crew have been busy with this commercial retaining wall project in Whitewater. 64 unit apartment building with a wall over 200' long and 11' high.

RH landscape and design has all the right equipment and experience for any hardscape need.

A Court to play on...

This lot was transformed to make way for a basketball court that is sure to bring smiles to the faces of all ages.


Bouser Project

Click through the slides to view the process
involved in converting an in-ground pool to
a patio with a fire pit.

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