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Troy Rhone Garden Design

With great thoughtfulness and conviction to deliver the very best in quality, aesthetic, functionality and purpose, Troy Rhone creates gardens that are extensions of the interiors–they are rooted and connected historically and architecturally and align with the personalities and lifestyles of those who reside there. He is innately talented and sure to use his gifts to enrich others' lives with his calm demeanor, thoughtful approach and honesty. People are drawn to him and long lasting relationships are formed.

Troy began designing gardens while still working to obtain his degree in horticulture from Auburn University, but his interest and passion for beautiful gardens took root as a child raised in a family of artists, gardeners, and writers. He was destined to thrive along this pathway of beauty, reverence for creation and providing others with the experience of an awakened spirit that surfaces in the context of ones own garden sanctuary.

Troy is based in Birmingham, Alabama with projects that extend from coast to coast.

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Answers from contractors near Mountain Brook, AL

Is there a good way to keep my mulch from washing down my hill and into my back yard every time in rains?
Sep 7, 2015
You night try Pine straw instead of wood mulch. It's less prone to washing.
We have 3 7-year old weeping willows that have suffered major tree damage. Should we try to restore them or start over?

Rob Owens of VTS Homes, Inc. PRO answered:

Jun 1, 2014
I highly recommend getting the opinion of a local arborist.  If you have trouble finding one check with your local tree nursery or Botanical Garden for a referral.  We have used one before and it was ... read more

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