What surrounds your home is just as important as what's in it. Whether it's a manicured front lawn, stone paver pathway or intricate garden design, these spaces benefit from the same attention to detail as any bathroom or kitchen.


Well-designed landscaping ideas can complement your home's architecture and design, and the right plants, flowers and shrubbery can greatly enhance your curb appeal by adding color, texture and even fragrance to your yard.


It makes sense to begin by looking at landscape maintenance from a seasonal perspective, since a groundskeeping checklist for spring will necessarily differ rather markedly from one for autumn, for example.


You probably think of the indoors when you hear mention of "spring cleaning," but the outdoors, too is in need of some pampering after the long winter.


The care (or lack thereof) with which you prepare your yard for the long growing season ahead can set the tone, in a sense, for the whole year.


A new lawn and outdoor setup can work wonders for your property and help it stand out. If you run a business, a new, inviting landscape may help attract more customers; and if you're a homeowner looking to sell, our landscaping services may be just the thing to set your property apart from the competition.


No matter the size or layout of your space, we can provide landscape installation services that will enhance your property's curb appeal while adding to its overall value.

Pond & Water Features

Have you been thinking of ...
  • Creating a water feature on your property
  • Winterizing your water feature in the Fall
  • Starting up your water feature in the Spring
  • How to properly maintain your existing water feature


In the last number of years, water features have become a very popular landscape item.


Water features include everything from a low maintenance "bubbling rock", just to hear the sound of water, to large elaborate ponds with streams, waterfalls, fish and water plants.


We have installed numerous water features using the Aquascape Ecosystem. This system promotes a balance between water, plants and fish and reduces the amount of regular maintenance associated with a pond. We'll be glad to show you how a water feature can enhance your property and provide you with all the information required on the Aquascape Ecosystem.


A Touch of Dutch Landscaping is proud to be a Certified Aquascape Contractor.  CAC's are most qualified and informed pond installers in the water gardening industry. The certification program requires an in-depth application that includes referrals, pictures of completed water features, and general questions about their business and water gardening philosophy. These applications are then reviewed by technical agents at Aquascape, Inc. and a review board made up of other established CACs.

A Touch of Dutch Landscaping is proud to be a Certified RainXchangeTM Professional. The CRP program provides credibility for landscape contractors and pond installers desiring to show their dedication and concern for the needs of our environment. The program provides education of water conservation issues and training on design and installation of the RainXchangeTM System installations.