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Sitting Wall and Steel Planters

A sitting wall and steel planters were recently added to a previously installed paver patio. The wall block is of AB (Allen Block) Free Standing Wall block and cap, with a flat cap on the added column, for continued seating and a handsome end to the wall.

Paver patio materials by Mutual Materials

Steel planters are custom built and can be made to fit almost any landscape needs.

Custom made steel planter

The sitting wall is the primary intention to finish this patio arrangement. Adding planting boxes gives a continued depth to the area and the possibilities for usage are many. Annuals, perennials, veggies, herbs, whatever meets your needs of fancy, can create additional accents and warmth to the sitting area.

Sitting wall with steel planters behind.

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Quandt’s Landscapes, Hardscapes and Plantings

Quandt’s landscapes, hardscapes and plantings, in keeping with tradition, are always installed with the homeowner, quality and longevity in mind. Quandt’s Landscapes installs water features, hardscapes and plantings. Landscape designs are available. Peter also installs landscapes presented on other designs presented by the homeowner.

As such, all work is warrantied.

Quandt’s installs hardscapes, including water features, patios, retaining walls, sitting walls, various forms of pergolas, gazebos, decks and custom fencing.

Quandt’s also installs plantings. The landscape work that Peter has done in Colorado included a great depth of local and native plantings. Plantings by Peter are to work with the somewhat different plant material available in Oregon, while continuing using to work toward using Native and Local plant material in the landscapes.

Quandt’s residential landscape work covers the greater Portland area, St. Helens, Scappoose, Beaverton, Hillsboro, Forest Grove and all points in between. Please inquire if your area is withing these bounds.

 

Pergolas, Arbors and Shade Structures

Pergolas, Arbors and Shade Structures serve as extensions to the living space of the home. Check out the included pictures for just a small sampling of the options. From a sitting area  https://www.facebook.com/Quandtslandscapes/photos/ overlooking both the home and rural landscape, to a patio cover. Climbing plants can be added to these structures to provide summer shade, while allowing in any winter sun.

Arbor of new Cedar with fence and gate boards from existing fence.

Arbor of new Cedar with fence and gate boards from existing fence.

 

Cedar Shade Structure (prior to painting), CO and AZ Sandstone walls, patios and steps

Cedar Shade Structure (prior to painting), CO and AZ Sandstone walls, patios and steps

 

Cedar Shade Structure (painted to match the house), Colorado and Arizona Sandstone Walls, Patios and Steps

Cedar Shade Structure (painted to match the house), Colorado and Arizona Sandstone Walls, Patios and Steps

 

Arbor for existing Clematis (each end) and wire mesh for Raspberries. Cedar - minimum height 8', overall length 13'.

Arbor for existing Clematis (each end) and wire mesh for Raspberries. Cedar – minimum height 8′, overall length 13′.

 

Cedar Pergola 14'x16'

Cedar Pergola and Holland Paver Patio 14’x16′

Cedar Pergola for bench swing

 

Cedar Swing Pergola

Cedar Swing Pergola

Cedar Swing Pergola