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New Landscaping for Hemingways Restaurant

Posted by E-Landscape on May 15, 2012 9:12:45 AM

E-Landscape was proud to be selected to install the new landscape for the recently renovated Hemingways Restaurant on Kent Island, Maryland. Long known as a destination for great crabcakes and stunning sunsets, Hemingways is famous for its location at the foot of the Bay Bridge overlooking Maryland's Chesepeake Bay. When the 20 year old restaurant was sold in 2010, the new owners decided to embark upon an ambitious $4 million renovation of the property. The new Hemingways opened in May of 2011.

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Topics: irrigation, tree planting, commercial landscaping, sod installation, rain garden, hardscape installation, Hemingways Restaurant, E-Landscape, stormwater retention, softscaping, chesapeake bay, Blog, paver pathways

Reducing Runoff Through Rain Gardening

Posted by E-Landscape on Apr 11, 2012 12:00:09 PM

Looking for ways to green your property without investing a lot of money? Rain gardens are great, small projects that can be added as an enhancement to almost any property.

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Topics: Maryland, rain garden, E-Landscape, chesapeake bay, runoff, Blog, commercial property, Mid-Atlantic, erosion

Landscape Installation for Johns Hopkins University Mudd Hall Expansion

Posted by E-Landscape on Feb 3, 2012 5:55:08 AM

E-Landscape is proud to announce that we've been selected to perform landscape installation for the expansion of Mudd Hall on the Homewood Campus of The Johns Hopkins University.

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Topics: landscape installation, Homewood Campus, rain garden, Mahan Rykiel, Johns Hopkins University, Ballenger, E-Landscape, Mudd Hall, Blog, bioretention pond, LEED certification, Whiting Turner

The Cottages at Greenwood

Posted by E-Landscape on Oct 10, 2011 6:31:40 PM

This month, we're proud to announce that E-Landscape has been selected to carry out commercial landscaping work for the Cottages at Greenwood, a new affordable living community in Howard County, Maryland. This project pairs us again with Hamel Builders, through their Hamel Green Construction division.

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Topics: energy conservation, commercial landscaping, Hamel Green Construction, Hamel Builders, rain barrels, rain garden, driveway shading, E-Landscape, Cottages at Greenwood, canopy shade trees, Howard County commercial landscaping, Blog, permeable paving, permeable pavers, maryland commercial landscaping, near net zero energy

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