We design small areas or entire properties. Harmony is created between house and garden, and the surrounding landscape.

Outdoor living spaces designed for

  • Gathering and entertaining
  • Cooking and dining
  • Leisure and play
  • Solitude and contemplation

Exterior design elements include

  • Furniture
  • Ornaments
  • Garden pottery
  • Containers
  • Statuary
  • Birdhouses
  • Holiday decorations

The outdoor spaces we create range from container arrangements to total landscape transformations. They are a balance between the artistic and the practical, the ecologically sound and the aesthetically pleasing.

Constructed elements of the landscape

  • Patios
  • Stone walls
  • Walkways
  • Steps
  • Paths
  • Decks
  • Arbors
  • Pergolas
  • Sheds
  • Decorative fencing
  • Fireplaces
  • Water elements
  • Lighting
  • Deer fencing

Plant Installation

We think it’s smart to observe the ground rules:
“Right Plant, Right Place”
“Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants”

Only high-quality, hand-selected plants are chosen for:

  • Foundations
  • Borders
  • Beds
  • Meadows
  • Woodlands
  • Screening
  • Native plants
  • Deer resistant plants

Container plantings

Seasonal arrangements are created in:

  • Pots
  • Urns
  • Boxes
  • Hanging baskets

The methods used to care for a landscape are as important as its design and creation. QUEEN OF SPADES adheres to a "green" philosophy which guarantees environmental responsibility without compromising the grace and beauty of your landscape. Our "green" mission is to educate the public in sustainable landscaping and environmental stewardship.

  • Comprehensive garden maintenance
  • Expert pruning
  • Organic plant health care
  • Mulching
  • Consultations and tutorials
  • Complete rejuvenation or renovation
  • Year-round property management
  • Real estate staging
Among the elements in a landscape plan are, then, overall design, plant composition, scale and texture.
Periods of bloom, fall color, mixes of deciduous and evergreen (needled and broad-leaved) plants, annuals and perennials, bring about both subtle and dramatic changes in the garden from season to season.
— Dick Jaynes, Broken Arrow Nursery