Paramount Landscaping takes pride in serving your landscape needs by installing curbs along the curves and contours of your property. Without disturbing existing plants, the curbing is available in a variety of options. Whether it’s plastic or poured, we’ll create an appealing edge to your landscape that serves all your needs to designing the best yard in your neighborhood.
Edging comes in an array of color, styles, etc
Bullet Edger’s in many colors, plastic/vinyl edging black
Rock & Mulch
Completing an outdoor project can be a daunting task when you have too many options to choose from. At paramount, we carry just the right amount of diverse products to help you finish your project. From the color of rock to texture of mulch, we have the product you’re looking for.
Custom Colored Rock & Mulch Available
If you’re looking for a grass that can survive all four seasons, Kentucky bluegrass is the best option for you when the month’s temperatures are cool. It is one of the most popular choices for lawns throughout the Midwest and forms a high quality, dense sod when grown properly. Kentucky Bluegrass ranges from bright green to deep blueish green and grows plush, perfect for bare feet!
How well do you know your lawn?
- Mow at 1.5-2.5 inches
- Mow relatively high during warm months
- Water frequently, every 1-3 days during the summer
- Water only when the grass needs the extra moisture. The ground should be moist but not soggy.
- Most bluegrass lawns are thick enough to choke out most of the weeds.
- Newly planted lawns and lawns that have thinned out over time both will most likely develop weeds and should be treated immediately in the spring.
Plants & Trees
Are often used to solve troublesome spots in the landscape. Some of these areas might be wet, dry or shady, or possess infertile soil. Perennials are effective as background plantings, for naturalizing or simply as a border to define a planting bed.
Wet areas could be planted with Iris sibirica, Monarda didyma and Viola odorata. For dry areas, consider using Achillea or Hemerocallis. Where the soil is poor, Gypsophila or Blue False Indigo (Baptisia australis) could be used.
For tall background plantings, consider Phlox paniculata or Boltonia asteroides ‘Snowbank.’ Naturalized plantings may use the Prairie Gayfeather (Liatris) or Echinacea, while rocky areas will accommodate plantings of Columbine (Aquilegia) and Basket-of-Gold (Aurinia saxatilis ‘Citrina’)
Borders can be accented effectively with Snow-In-Summer (Cerastium tomentosum) or Phlox subulata (Moss Pink).
Perennial selection can be made on the basis of flower color and the season of bloom. The following selections will highlight these qualities.
Blue to Purple
Pink to Red
Salvia ‘Rose Queen’
Gray to Blue, and Variegated Foliage
Yellow to Orange
Achillea ‘Coronation Gold’
Achillea ‘Angels Breath’
Shade Tolerant Perenials