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Category: Stonework/Construction
19 Dec
2021

Each Project is a Journey – One Step at a Time

When it comes to outdoor landscape solutions, Art of Stone Gardening is not your run of the mill landscaping/stone company. We are totally different from most companies, specializing in creative, unique designs. The story of the Wesselink project illustrates that. Vision, design, technique, labor and artistry were all involved in creating a one-of-a-kind solution for this client.  Lake Laceola is a..

21 Nov
2021

Art of Stone Gardening: The Evolution of a Business

His and Her Businesses The roots of Art of Stone Gardening were planted when Jason started the company in 2001. At that time, It was Art of Stone, Inc. A native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Jason moved to North Georgia in 1996 to chase a girlfriend. He started working for his girlfriend’s father who was..

25 Oct
2021

Metal and Stone for the Ages

There is something very special about the combined use of metal and stone in a garden. From the building we inhabit to the cellphone in our pocket, these strong elements are extremely useful and can be found all around us in the day-to-day. Because they’re so common, metal and stone are often seen as boring..

17 Sep
2021

From Mudslide to Tranquil Terrace

Who’s ready to talk about drainage issues again? What can I say, water is everywhere and can do major damage to a landscape without proper guidance. In our many years of working on people’s yards, drainage is almost always a part of the project. Builders often create beautiful houses without giving much thought to the..

06 Sep
2021

Patio Problems to Patio Perfection

Jason and I are big proponents of clients doing projects on their own with the right information and resources. Sometimes all they need is a little advice and they’re good to go, but sometimes it’s more complicated. The good news is, we are always ready to step in if needed. Patio Problems We have a..

30 Aug
2021

When the Student Becomes the Master Gardener

“Master Gardener” sounds like quite the level of prestige but my friend, Terrie Thamer, is as down to earth as it gets… literally. With a garden in Gainesville known for its wild perennials, wonderful textures, and sprouting vegetables, Terrie is an amazing gardener and ally to the environmental community. She has worn many hats in..

25 Jul
2021

Cottage Style Garden in Cleveland

Have you ever seen a beautiful home with an unfortunate front yard? The layout of the house, the steps, the driveway, the front porch – it may all be pretty and well-constructed, but without green grass and pops of floral color to frame and punctuate its beauty, the building may look like just that: a..

07 Jul
2021

Digging Deep in Dahlonega

One of our clients in Dahlonega, GA was experiencing a great deal of water leakage in his basement. Water was streaming in from multiple directions and he couldn’t figure out why. Initially, he had tried solving the issue on his own by installing a dry creek bed. But even after this, water continued to drain..

06 Jun
2021

How to Stop a Runaway Driveway

Our client in Rabun County has a fabulous lot on Lake Burton but not a lot of money to do all that is needed in terms of post construction landscaping. They’ve done things in bits and pieces such as planting trees and bushes, putting down sod, building a retaining wall. The driveway, though, was beyond..

04 Apr
2021
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Another Block in the Wall

Walls do not always divide people and their property. Some of them smooth the path between nature and construction by offering curb appeal, practical landscaping solutions, and beautiful spaces to garden. One of our clients in Cleveland, GA had a driveway that was cracking and pulling apart from their home. To get to the bottom..

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