Awards & Certifications
Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner 2012
A big Thank You to our Clients and Angies List Members for the kind reviews! We were honored to receive the Angies List Super Service Award in the Landscaping Category for 2012. Whether it’s a paver or flagstone patio, a soothing water feature, or some simple mulching and edging for curb appeal, let us know how True North Landscaping can help transform your living space!
Certified Aquascape Contractor
Nothing in your landscape is more inviting, soothing, or rewarding than a beautiful, properly installed Water Feature. If a Water Feature looks ‘man made’ or contrived (yes, you know it when you see it!), or is a maintenance nightmare… you’re better off with another shrub bed. BUT, when it looks natural and functions as it should, the daily benefits you receive are priceless! At True North Landscaping, we made a decision years ago to only install the highest quality, user friendly Water Feature system available. True North Landscaping has been a Certified Aquascape Contractor(CAC) for years. We have installed dozens of Aquascape systems and are only 1 of a handful of CAC’s in central Indiana that meet the CAC standard of beauty, service, quality, and functionality. If you’re looking for a beautiful Pond, Pondless Waterfall, Bubbler, or Rain X Change System, look no further than True North Landscaping!
Turf Magazine Article-’Surviving the Storm’
Look at us Mom! We’re in a magazine!
Back in March of 2012 we were contacted by ‘Turf Magazine’, I’m sure you are all avid subscribers that wait patiently each month for your copy ‘Turf Magazine to arrive in the mailbox. Well to make a long story short we got our own 3 page spread, and if you don’t subscribe to Turf, well lucky for you we have provided a link: http://www.turfmagazine.com/article-8062.aspx .
A.H.S. 2010 Environmental Award
True North Landscaping was honored to be the recipient of the American Horticultural Society Environmental Award at the 2010 Holliday Park “Orchard in Bloom” festival. This award is presented for “Best demonstration of skillful design that incorporates environmental stewardship in the garden.” Our display consisted of a 200 sq’ irregular flagstone patio, several tons of Sandstone border retention (Greene County courtesy of Garrity Stone), and a split waterfalls w/approx. 20’ of streams that meandered into a pondless basin. Mass amounts of Sedge, Snow Princess Lobularia, “Claret” Masterwort, Alpine Columbine, and Variagated Sea Oats, were used to highlight various other trees and shrubs. A special thanks to longtime friend of Holliday Park and perennial and gardening wizard, Chris Turner of Utopos Designs, for his help and insights with putting together our plant material palette.