Along with some beautiful residential homes, Reder Landscaping’s new building and display gardens will be featured on this fall’s Parade of Homes in Midland, Michigan.
The Parade of Homes, hosted by the Midland Home Builders Association, will take place over the first two weekends in October: Saturday & Sunday October 3&4, and again October 10&11, 1:00pm – 5:00pm daily (learn more on the HBA website).
Your stop at Reder Landscaping on the tour will delight all 5 of your senses:
- View the beautiful surroundings of fall color from our many maple and birch trees and get a sense of space in a variety of well-appointed and functional outdoor rooms.
- Listen to the relaxing sounds of three custom water features and a crackling fire
- Smell blooming flowers, crisp fall leaves, and treats from the grill.
- Touch the quality of materials used, and experience a variety of outdoor spaces, including a fully equipped outdoor kitchen.
- Taste hot apple cider and hors d’oeuvres fresh from our grill.
And more! Our friendly staff will be available, and our office lobby will be open in the event of inclement weather.
Our new building was built last year, in 2014, by Cobblestone Home Builders. And, our outdoor display gardens were installed and planted just this year (Spring 2015). Our display gardens are intended to let you experience outdoor living before investing in your own space. Just like driving a car, testing a space is important to get a feel for size, space, and materials.
The outdoor rooms were designed by our in-house designers, and include a sampling of everything our customers are most commonly interested in when it comes to renovating, adding on, or installing new landscapes.
You are even welcome to stop by in the evening (any evening!) for an entirely different experience. Our gardens are fully lit with dramatic and beautiful landscape lighting.
We couldn’t be more excited to share with our visitors the results of the creativity and hard work of everyone involved in bringing this project to life.
We hope to see you there! And if you can’t make the event, the display gardens are always open!