Working with Landscape Architect Tom Hunter, Goddin Landscaping helped turn a difficult site into one of Raleigh's finest treasures.

Certainly one of our favorite clients and gardens; Goddin Landscaping worked together with Landscape Architect Chip Calloway to create this serene English garden. This quickly became a property that was and is a joy to work on.

Goddin Landscaping, in collaboration with the home's owner, Dr. Julie Manly, came up with a plan to warm up this wonderful Oakwood home.

Working with Landscape Architect Tom Hunter, Goddin Landscaping contributed to the wonderful curb appeal of this Oberlin Road home. The back and side yards offer perennial beds as well as great play areas for adults, children and their 4 legged friends.

A charming turn of the century Oakwood home with formal English gardens that have been enhanced by the recent addition of a relatively small number of key perennial plants.

This classic Hayes Barton home's warmth is enhanced by its lush gardens.

This is one of the original Canterbury Road homes, occupied by the same family until 2009, when the home was purchased by the Nicholsons. Goddin Landscaping continued on with the property and with surprisingly minimal investment has brought the landscape back to life.

This wonderful Country Club Hills home continues to evolve with Goddin Landscaping and the owner working together. With weekly maintenance this home's landscaping is as alive and inviting as the day it was created.