City Garden Yard Landscape Design NY  

NY Landscape Planting Design

 

Street Entry Planting         

NYC Garden Courtyards, Landscape Yards   

 

Historic District Yards, Sustainable Planting

MVR  Michael Victor Ruggiero

 

Registered Landscape Architect, RLA

 

Master in Landscape Architecture, MLA I 

Harvard U. Graduate School of Design

 

LEED AP 2007

 

CITY HORTICULTURE

City planting has challenges but in them lie seeds for invention. Mostly plantings must be resilient (to heat, use, etc). The greatest durability is needed for street and roofs, but today's sustainability demands hold for building Entries, Yards, and garden Courtyards.

 

CANOPY SHADE TREES

Of all plantings, canopy trees hold up best.  Like tall ones on the street, small shade trees -- suited to small spaces and containers -- also do the most visually and environmentally, save money on energy bills, and grow property value. 

TreesNYC, Manhattan shade planting, pavement reuse

LOW PLANTS

Also valuable are:

  • dwarf shrubs

  • ornamental grasses 

  • drought-tolerant perennials/annuals

  • evergreens.

HARDSCAPE INNOVATION

Renewed Surfaces

We consult on:

 

'No contained earth...is too small to make a difference.'

NYC Yards & Garden Courtyards

Sustainable Seasonal Planting 

H LINE Arborist (HLArb) is the Urban Forestry| Urban Horticulture UFUH branch of MVR Landscape. HLArb mission includes canopy tree planting and preservation, and adapting sustainableplanting aesthetic to varied site conditions and client preferences. More on HLArb establishment in RLA NY Page.

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