A few weeks ago our installation team wrapped up work on a woodland transition restoration project in Ipswich.

The planting mimics the existing Oak-Hickory Forest to create a transition zone that will help restore the woodland edge over time. Quick germinating fescues will hold the slope and a dormant seeding of native plants will sprout in the spring to provide additional erosion control and biodiversity benefits.

Landscape Architect: Richard Burck Associates
Planting Design and Installation: Offshoots
Meadow Consultant: Larry Weaner Landscape Associate