Licensed Landscape Contractor (CA Lic. #825472), Certified Master Gardener and Certified Landscape Designer
serving all of Orange, Los Angeles, Santa Bernardino, and Riverside Counties
Is your back yard a garden paradise or a gigantic headache? Do you enjoy relaxing around your outdoor landscaping or do you just sit inside watching the TV? You are not alone...we understand your dilemma. Creating a new look for your yard does not have to be a problem. We can help!
If you are embarrased to have friends or relatives over to enjoy a get-together like a Bar-B-Que or if you cannot let your children or grandchildren play in the back yard because, well, it's just basically a huge sand box or dirt lot, we have the solution for you. Let Gardens By Victoria transform your front or back yard into a garden paradise. We've done numerous projects ranging from lush gardens to drought tolerant desert style landscapes that help conserve water while still giving your home a beautiful look using plants that offer color without comsuming large amounts of precious (and valuable) water. From waterfalls to swimming pools, hardscapes to outdoor lighting, let us turn your backyard into an enjoyable work of art that you will be proud to come home to everyday.
Please take your time to look over what we have done for other homeowners just like yourself. I have been designing something since I was 5, when I drew my first floor plan - of my own house – the way I thought it should be - and today I would love to do the same for your landscape!
3D computer rendering for your project
The advantage of using a 3D rendering for a landscape job is that you can visualize and actually see what the completed project will look and feel like. Much like trying on a pair of shoes (or high heels) before you buy them and wear them out to an event, 3D rendering utilizes CAD (computer aided drafting) software to let you see your new landscaping project before you spend any money to build it. What will your drought tolerant look like compared to a lush landscape design? Should you use a shrub or a tree? Will the design look too sparse or too congested? 3D computer renderings help answer those questions before you invest in a new landscape installation.