Habitat for Humanity Benefit Garden

Charles McCulloch provided pro bono landscape design and construction supervision for a 9,500 SF garden at a show home constructed and sold with the profits donated to Habitat for Humanity.

Garden spaces include a dining terrace made of Connecticut Blue Stone, raised seating area with a SF Bay view, a cutting flower garden, specimen shade trees, colorful perennial borders and a Sierra Granite stone carved with the Habitat for Humanity Logo and name became the featured garden art element. The garden was constructed in five weeks on schedule for the grand opening.