Celebrating 60 Years: Willowcrest - 1996


Wednesday Apr 15th, 2015

Willows are one of the earliest trees to leaf out in the springtime. In this photo you can see the graceful structure on delicate spring green color on a cluster of weeping willows. Willows are not for every location, they grow rapidly and are weak wooded as the cell structure is elongated. They do tolerate, and even thrive in moist areas. Leave lots of room for them as they grow large. And they are beautiful and seem to dance on a windy day. Here, the property is named Willowcrest and the grouping of willows gives the estate a sense of place as you enter the driveway.


Dahlkemper Landscape Architects & Contractors improving your environment for 60 years!


Krista and I would like to pass on to your crew that we really do enjoy our front yard. We have found people stopping by to look at it as if it were a piece of art, of course we know it is. It has made a big difference in our enjoyment of our home. We will highly recommend you to all of our friends.

Jim Strafford

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