Sometimes, Lowcountry yards are a diamond in the rough. They don’t require a complete redesign to look good; they just need a good eye and plenty of tender-loving care. For this yard, I removed a significant amount of overgrowth to create a view from the street that revealed it at its full potential: a polished gem with new sod and strategic placement of flowering shrubs, mulch, and accent rocks. In time, this property will burst with flowers of multiple colors: knockout roses, encore azaleas, camellias, Land Banks roses, and more. I can’t wait to see it!
Make sure to take advantage of my free estimate limited-time offer to see how I can maximize the sparkle of your Charleston landscaping diamond in the rough.
Seth Mason, Charleston SC
Author: Seth Mason
Hi, I’m Seth Mason, James Island native and owner and sole employee of Lowcountry Vistas Charleston Landscape Design and Installation.
From the time I was 9 years old, I took pride in caring for my mother’s yard on the Island. The son of an artist and a lover of nature, making my mom’s yard look good became of a passion of mine at a young age.
Years later, after having earned my M.B.A. during the 2008 Financial Crisis, I took part-time landscaping work to get by. In time, I came to realize that landscape design and installation was my calling: It combines my love of sculpting Charleston natural beauty, business acumen, and fresh air and sun. After earning my landscaping chops working alongside a fellow devotee to Charleston horticulture, I went on my own and started Lowcountry Vistas in 2015.
Lowcountry Vistas is more than just a job to me. It’s a dream. I love improving peoples’ properties through my landscape design plans and landscape installations. Make sure to take advantage of my free consultation limited-time offer to learn more about what I can do for you!