Cricket Beauregard Landscape Design specializes in designing Residential Gardens that compliment Historic Houses, from late 18th through the 20th century, throughout Boston Ma and the New England area.
Our goal is to create garden spaces that fuse the needs of the Client with the Architectural style of the house. We use plantings appropriate to the conditions and style of the house, implementing stone work, paving, fencing, water features and porches that connect the house to the land.
Projects range in size from small Urban Landscapes to larger country properties in the Boston Metro Area, the North Shore of Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire.
While there is an emphasis on both Period Plants for authenticity and Native Plants for sustainability, we also use ‘Introduced Plants’ to accomplish the feel that suits the client’s taste and the characteristics of the garden. We have worked in New England since 1991, and use local contractors who have both excellent reputations and the necessary experience that specifically meet the Clients' needs and scope of project.
The Client / Designer / Construction relationship is paramount to achieving a garden that is both a pleasure to live in and that meets the goals of the homeowner. Cricket is the Head Designer on each project, managing the project and those who work for her.
Cricket has often been a Judge at The Massachusetts Horticultural Flower Show, is a member of NELDA, attended Radcliffe Seminars, and is currently the featured Landscape Guest Designer on PBS's This Old House for the Arlington Italianate House.
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