Healing Gardens

We have begun to establish a non-profit foundation called healinggardens.org in honor of my sister Lynn Rieker who passed away September 21, 2005, at the young age of 56 under the caring guidance of Agape Hospice of Greenwood Village, Co and her best friend Bobbie. Being able to participate in the life-changing event of having

Commercial Projects

Project:  Army Corp of Engineers/Stevenson Engineering Challenge: Stevenson Engineering was closing in on the completion of a demolition and restoration project for the Army Corp of Engineers on a site adjacent to the Tobyhanna Army Depot (also a long time client of ours) They needed 34 trees with a natural appearance to line the restored

Residential Projects

The Challenge: This 3.5-acre fenced estate was established in the 1930’s. The extensive grounds include a 10,000 sq. ft. Yew maze, a 9,600 sq. ft. a perennial garden that served as a vegetable garden in the 30’s, a large concrete fountain, very majestic old Eastern Hemlocks and other ornamental gardens and turf areas around the

Water Garden Construction

Water gardens are a Dynamic Part of Any Garden. European and Japanese gardens are not considered complete without a dynamic water feature. Water gardens alert most of our senses such as visual, auditory, tactile, and fragrance. The bright colors and movement of fish in the water, the daily changes in the water garden plants such