Chances are you can stop searching for landscaping St. Albans Vermont, as you’ve finally found Open Earth Landscaping! One thing is for sure, Open Earth Landscaping knows all about maple trees, and they deal heavily with them in St. Albans, especially since the city has been called “the maple sugar capital of the world!”
The city of St. Albans Vermont is situated in a wondrous valley that is located amid the Green Mountains and of course, Lake Champlain. The city is a phenomenal location with a beautiful city park, extremely unique shops, and historical churches of worship and there is even a city historical museum located there. During spring, summer and fall you can come view the locals play soccer games at Hard'ack!
Of course, St. Albans is also the nation’s home of those who maintain that Champ actually exists. Champ, you see, is a North American Loch Ness Monster. Among the many proliferating sightings, “Champ” has brought many self-styled monster hunters to settle here. Champ’s name seems to have been Latinized to become Beluaaquatica champlainiensis, which you will admit certainly sounds more rugged and fearsome than Champ.
Much of the landscaping St. Albans Vermont deals with the many bed and breakfasts that dot the St. Albans’ landscape. Of course their goals are all the same; to bring the amazing beauty of St. Albans Vermont to their gardens, so Open Earth Landscaping has indeed created many of them. But it has not been landscaping alone to which they lent their hand. Open Earth created many of the practically almost endless varieties of softscapes, hardscapes and water features in the area.
But lest you think that the area only features painfully quaint bed and breakfasts, you should know that Open Earth Landscaping provides landscaping for luxury vacation homes, farmhouses, cabins, chalets, ski resort condos, and yes waterfront cottages and homes where people live there year around too! Outdoor recreation here in St. Albans is king, and thus many homes feature tennis courts, all beautifully manicured with the most attractive landscaping available. Fishing is of course extremely popular in the Lake, and day trips from here are common for cross-country skiing, and residents apparently love to go golfing and love to play tennis as well. Many are the lush tennis courts that have grown out of the imaginative minds of the workers of Open Earth Landscaping.
St. Albans and the neighboring town of Richford have together created a wonderful 26-mile recreational path that both residents as well as visitors enjoy year around. The path provides biking and walking in most months and then cross country skiing during the snowy winter months. The beauty of the path is one of the very special portions of St. Albans that many wish to duplicate in their own landscaping.
Thus if you are searching for landscaping St. Albans Vermont, or patios, walkways, walks, professional retaining walls, incredible stonework, hydro seeding or erosion control applications, then do call on Open Earth Landscaping. You will be so very glad you did!