We are thrilled to have our project featured in the Houston Chronicle! This backyard oasis was a collaboration between architect Michael Dreef of Eubanks Group Architects, contractor Rob Hellyer of Premier Remodeling, Monica Eatherton of Moss Landscaping and attention from Cypress Pools.
In the landscaping, older trees were kept safe from damage, and new trees, bushes and flowers wind throughout the green space. They draw birds and bees and insects of all kinds, helping the vegetable garden where Kirk tends his peppers, onions, tomatoes and herbs!
Read the full article here.
The Moss team had a great time with Margie Slovak and friends at the launch of PaperCity Magazine‘s Design Week! What a wonderful event to celebrate Houston’s leaders in commercial and residential design!
Our guys had a great day on the course for the Memorial Park Conservancy Golf Tournament! Way to go, Team Moss!
Here’s a great video of KPRC2 Dominique Sachse giving a personal tour of her garden! We planted and continue to maintain this beautiful space. Thank you, Dominique, for crediting Moss Landscaping!
Our team had a great time with friends at Florescence 2017! A big thanks to Greg Schenck of Schenck and Company and Lander Wendland of Design House for joining us. The ladies of The Garden Club of Houston and the River Oaks Garden Club for organizing such a wonderful show. We are proud to support this great event that celebrates so many talented floral artists and gardeners!Speakers, Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea, were so inspiring – what a fantastic way to end Florescence 2017!
Learn more about the Hermes and Carey’s work here:
Our team had a great time catching up with colleagues and friends at the 2017 Rienzi Spring Party. The former home of Carroll Sterling Masterson and Harris Masterson III, Rienzi is now the European decorative arts collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. For information about MFAH and how you can get involved, click here.
Marie Flanigan Interiors interviewed Moss Landscaping’s design team about the secret to landscape success in Houston. Read the full article here: