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21 Jan 2018

Charleston Landscape Reports

Charleston Landscape had a excellent first quarter of 2018, and is looking forward to making their second quarter even better!

June 2018

MUSC Children’s Care – North Charleston, SC  

June 2018

Charleston Landscape was awarded this contract in the first quarter of 2018. This project will include a new comprehensive irrigation system as well as landscaping. We are looking forward to working with the MUSC team to make this $380,000.00 dream of theirs a reality.

Volvo Plant Ridgeville,SC   

September 2017-2018

Charleston Landscape was awarded this project in September of 2017. The project included Irrigation and Landscape of the Assembly plant. Also included was a 1.5 mile test track where we installed pavers and Granite Cobble on the entire track. $1,300,000.00 project

Solana Mount Pleasant,SC 

October 2017-2019

A retirement community located at Long Point Road and I526, Solana a $350,000.00 project is scheduled for completion in mid 2018. With Irrigation, Landscape,Hardscape & Synthetic turf Solana will be a great place to relax for its Residents.

Charleston Steel Senior Living

January 2019

A retirement community located at Downtown Charleston, Charleston Steel Senior living a $860,000.00 is schedule for completion in 2020. This property comes with hardscape,irrigation,landscape,metal work Charleston Steel will be an amazing property to live in.

Dual-branded Hilton Garden Inn

Fall 2019

Charleston Landscape was selected by Frampton construction to delivered this amazing 420,000.00 project in the Summerville area.

18 Jun 2012

Charleston Home + Design Spring 2012 Feature

Fire Pit

Fire pits are gaining popularity this spring. Brick fire pits, like this one, offer the perfect venue to relax on a cozy, cool spring evening.

Tree Lighting

With a beautiful, warm glow, these hanging lights turn the trees into outdoor chandeliers, transforming a typical backyard into a picturesque setting for outdoor events.

Native Plants

When it comes to landscaping trends, native plants are on the rise—especially in unique environments such as the Lowcountry. They provide a sense of place, low maintenance, and great wildlife habitats for the garden.

Privacy Wall

For a fresh take on garden walls, use plants as the wall. Lining up the right bushes or trees can create a sturdy, beautiful privacy structure.