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Private Residence, Yellowstone Club

Private Residence, Yellowstone Club

Creating a strong entry along the driveway, to the front door, this design included bold, block
plantings.

Softening along the hot tub patio provided the opportunity for native grass plantings.

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North Black Residence

North Black Residence

This house had been newly built in a historic district in Bozeman. The need for privacy screening provided ample opportunity to create a sense of enclosure along a busy street, while creating spaces for year round interest.

The play space for children in the backyard, with a vegetable garden, allowed safety for the kids as […]

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Middle Cottonwood Residence

Middle Cottonwood Residence

This designed involved creating an outdoor space for entertainment for the homeowner’s large family, and included a fire pit, to enjoy during our cool summer evenings.

Stone treads were utilized for the grade change and provided a smaller, separate seating area behind them. The edge of stone walk and patio created planting spaces for native […]

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The Legends Residence

The Legends Residence

This home is situated along Bozeman Creek. The homeowners desire for a low maintenance landscape while complimenting the existing natural environment led me to design a creative landscape using perennials, grasses, shrubs, and trees. An outdoor patio for entertainment, with a fire stand, and a stone retaining wall were elements which were incorporated into […]

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Andesite Ridge Residence

Andesite Ridge Residence

At an elevation of 8800 feet, this project included enhancing the existing native environment of the sub-alpine forest, after the large decimation of native pines due to the pine bark beetle.

A large scale tree transplanting project was initiated to increase the forest density, and provide the sense of “walking in the forest” from inside […]

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Great Horn Ranch

Great Horn Ranch

MacDonald Residence

Beth’s desire to create a low maintenance, natural landscape design within this high elevation mountain setting included a collaborative team effort with owners, architect, pond and stream company, builder and landscape installer.

Beth incorporated a water feature, which she named a “weeping wall”, inspired by her walk to Ousell Falls which is located below […]

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Big Hole River

Big Hole River

This was a collaborative effort between owners, architect and installers.  Located along the Big Hole river this project was installed in phases throughout a few years, as the buildings were completed.   I used native Aspen and Cottonwoods, taking advantage of the high water table.  The owners wanted fresh cut flowers, and appreciated the Montana […]

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Hammer House

Hammer House

This high elevation project, located in a mountain meadow allowed me to use native perennials and grasses, as well as seeding a native lawn with Idaho Fescue.  Creating stone paths, and patio for pedestrian traffic, and allowing the stone edge of the pathways to define the planting areas, created a natural look.

This project has […]