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Aspen Creek Landscaping Creates 12-Step Path Way for Treatment Center


Our client, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, asked us to design and construct a series of twelve gardens along an existing walkway, so their patients could reflect on the recovery process. The 12-step garden is unique in its planting and materials to enhance the experience of the individual steps. Bill Spelbring, our . . .

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Red Hills Market Landscape is Low Maintenance


Our client, Red Hills Market, has a low maintenance landscape that features no grass, low water requirements, permeable pavers (all gutters run into the paver base, which eliminates the need for storm water connections), native plants, many edible plants (apples, strawberry, blueberry, grape, fig and huckleberry), plants with low water . . .

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Dundee Mediterranean Estate Features Landscape by Aspen Creek Landscaping


An Aspen Creek client was covered in Oregonian article Retiring to a European vineyard estate in Dundee: Why leave the country? We worked closely with our client to select materials and plants that contributed to their home’s LEED certification.
Scott Picker at Aspen Creek Landscaping in Newberg contributed to the LEED . . .

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Aspen Creek Landscaping featured in Sustainable Business Oregon


Aspen Creek Landscaping was recently featured in “The lay of the landscapers: Meet some of Oregon’s top green exterior pros” from Sustainable Business Oregon for our Red Hills Market landscaping project. Red Hills Market in Dundee “has no grass, low water requirements, permeable pavers (all gutters run into the paver base . . .

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