A Clarence Davids Landscape Wins Award!

Clarence Davids & Company won the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association (ILCA) Landscape in Excellence Silver Award (Commercial Maintenance) for our work at Advocate South Suburban Hospital. Many thanks to Alan Watkins, Abbie Lydon, Rafael Alvarez, Ed Hoffman, and Daniel Olaguez who work hard to make this property look great!

Below are some pictures of this beautiful project!

Our maintenance program includes the mowing and fertilization of the expansive lawns surrounding the hospital, pruning trees and shrubs, power edging the walks, and bed edging the tree rings and planting beds.
Our maintenance program includes the mowing and fertilization of the expansive lawns surrounding the hospital, pruning trees and shrubs, power edging the walks, and bed edging the tree rings and planting beds.
Our design team chooses annual flowers that welcome the visitors at each of the various entrances to the hospital. There are a total of four rotations, making sure that the hospital campus is surrounded with bright colors throughout the year.
Our design team chooses annual flowers that welcome the visitors at each of the various entrances to the hospital. There are a total of four rotations, making sure that the hospital campus is surrounded with bright colors throughout the year.

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Clarence Davids wins Excellence in Landscape Merit Award!

We are proud to announce that the Illinois Landscape Contractors Association (ILCA) awarded us the Landscape in Excellence Merit Award (Residential Construction). Many thanks to Stephen Borden, Alan Watkins, Steve Bos, Jack Bos, Abbie Lydon, Roberto Castel, and Rafael Segura who helped make this project a success!

The Palmisano family presented our design team with the challenge of updating the landscape of their contemporary home built in the 1980s. The design includes both a new paver driveway and a new patio in the backyard. The final design was able to enhance the unique architecture of the home and accomplish the desires of the Palmisano family.

Enjoy the pictures of this award-winning project!

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The new driveway includes pavers of different textures and colors to make the space feel more like an entry rather than a driveway.
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Myriad perennials, including allium, coreopsis, stachys, and hydrangea were planted around the driveway to make a colorful impact throughout the summer.
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Three planter boxes with whitespire birch and red begonias anchor the new driveway.
The planting scheme in the backyard includes allium, boxwood, hydrangea, and pachysandra groundcover.

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