Here are descriptions of a few of our projects, with links to photo slideshows. We somestimes post newer photos or additional projects directly to our Picasa account; for a direct view, go here.
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN BUILD
Coyote Run (slideshow)
Located next to Moab’s golf course, Coyote Run is a 16 unit housing development that wanted landscaping to blend into the desert surroundings while still providing year round interest and flowers throughout the growing season.
Private Residence in Town (slideshow)
One of WLS’s largest undertakings, this project included a buffalo blue grama lawn, three outdoor patios, an orchard, wheel chair accessible pathways, vegetable gardens, and three largedry stack retaining walls. All this was built on what once was solid rock.
Private Residence Out of Town (slideshow)
A smaller project located about half an hour from town, this project was focused on repairing the construction zone, but also accenting the architecture. The landscape frames stunning views of nearby mountains and canyons.
COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION PROJECTS
Zions Bank (slideshow)
One of Wildland Scape’s first commercial projects, Zion’s Bank has become a show case landscape due in large degree to the diligent maintenance the bank performs. This maintenance includes proper watering and pruning, but little weeding.
City Market (slideshow)
One of our larger commercial projects in Moab, this landscape has managed to handle the high foot and vehicle traffic and continue to bloom and grow over the years.
CIVIC INSTALLATION PROJECTS
Grand County Library (slideshow)
This project included a planting layout as well as landscape installation. Located on ¼ of a city block, the library landscape also is part of the Center Street landscape.
Moab City Hall Renovation (slideshow)
When the City chose to renovate the old school in town to convert it to City Hall a new landscape was essential. The small lawn under the existing trees creates a pleasant space to connect city hall to the library.
OUT OF MOAB PROJECTS
Gentle Ironhawk (slideshow)
Located in Blanding, Utah, this project used native plants to accent the striking architecture and reduce weeds.
New Heights Clubhouse (slideshow)
A small project in Price, this was WLS’s first major work in clay soils. It was essential to make careful plant choices for this facility.