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TAG: Walnut Hill Landscape Co.

Seth’s Cut: Keeping great workers is the GOALLLL!

October 7, 2021By
Stack of resumes (Photo: Viktoriia Oleinichenko / iStock / Getty Images)

Finding employees is brutal in this market, but focusing on culture and employee wellbeing can boost recruiting and retention efforts. read more

5 Questions: Mike Prokopchak

October 6, 2021By
Mike Prokopchak (Photo: Tony J. Photography)

LM Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones chats with Mike Prokopchak of Walnut Hill Landscape Co. about recent trends, the best part of his job and more. read more

Big Picture: Serene seclusion

November 2, 2018By
Pendennis Mount Residence arched water features (Photo: Michael Prokopchak)

Location: Annapolis, Md. Company: Walnut Hill Landscape Co. The clients asked for a private space that would lend itself well to outdoor entertaining and also feature a dining area, spa, swimming pool, cabana and an outdoor kitchen. They also requested plants that would offer optimal spring and fall interest. The site presented a challenge due to the relatively small space—roughly... read more

Big Picture: River rhapsody

November 29, 2016By
Walnut Hill Landscape Co.

Location: Annapolis, Md. Company: Walnut Hill Landscape Co. Photo credit: Walnut Hill Landscape Co. The Details: The clients wanted a “destination” outdoor living space—complete with pool, spa, grilling station, kitchen/bar, shade structure, cabana with bathroom and storage, fencing, outdoor shower, lighting, irrigation, and plantings to provide year-round interest. Because of the home’s close proximity to a river, county and state regulations... read more

Big Picture: Small space, living large

January 11, 2016By
All amenities come together functionally, spatially, and aesthetically in this outdoor living space.

Location: Chesapeake Bay Company: Walnut Hill Landscape Co., Annapolis, Md. The details: The clients wanted to incorporate a pool, spa and entertainment space for their waterfront home. The goal was privacy—a difficult task with neighbors and a driveway in close proximity. Working within the confines of the protective Chesapeake Bay regulations added complexities, as did a Memorial Day deadline. The crews worked all... read more