The Church of St. John the Divine

This project boasts influences of Frank Lloyd Wright. He is perhaps best remembered for his unmatched mastery of the organic style of architecture-where a structure’s form and material blend harmoniously with its natural surroundings. It was our goal to honor this geometric balance and natural beauty when we designed and built the gardens for The Church of St. John the Divine.

Services

  • Full Master Plan
  • Julia Wallace Memorial Garden
  • Parterre Garden
  • Boxwood Spheres
  • Diamond Pattern Ivy
  • Seasonal Color
  • Maintenance

The Church of St. John the Divine
Geometric boxwood hedges are anchored with boxwood globes and a large, cone-shaped Oakleaf Holly.
The Church of St. John the Divine
This private garden boasts an array of color and offers a tranquil setting for meditation and prayer.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Confederate Jasmine climbs a diamond trellis while two rows of pruned boxwood hedges line the walk.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Geometric boxwood hedges are anchored with boxwood globes and a large, cone-shaped Oakleaf Holly.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Geometric boxwood hedges are anchored with boxwood globes and serve to frame color planters along the outer walls of the church.
The Church of St. John the Divine The Church of St. John the Divine
Left: This private garden boasts an array of color and offers a tranquil setting for meditation and prayer. | Right: Color planters sit within a geometric boxwood frame that is anchored by boxwood globes and a cone-shaped Oakleaf Holly.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Geometric garden beside the church's handicap ramp.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Close up of the Cherokee Climbing Rose
The Church of St. John the Divine
A blooming Cherokee Climbing Rose frames the top of the chapel entryway.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Red brick path leading to sign and lined with pruned boxwood hedges and asian jasmine.
Color planters sit within a geometric boxwood frame that is anchored by boxwood globes and a cone-shaped Oakleaf Holly.
The Church of St. John the Divine Landscape
Freshly planted spring color bed framed by sharply trimmed boxwood hedges. The color will take a couple weeks to fully flush.
The Church of St. John the Divine
Our maintenance crew installing fresh spring color! These will fully flush in a couple weeks!
The Church of St. John the Divine
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