Commercial landscaping is an important focus at CoCal. The designers know from experience that landscape plans for commercial parking have to allow enough space between the plantings, and the parking spaces. If not, people getting out of their cars can find themselves stepping into shrubbery, or opening car doors right into landscape planters. A 2-foot allowance is a good rule of thumb. CoCal likes to set larger trees 3 feet back from the pavement – 4 feet, in a trucking zone.
A CoCal commercial landscaper in Denver recognizes that a center landscape is perfect for a circular driveway in front of the main building entrance of a commercial complex. It can be planted with trees, flowering plants, and hardscape decor for an distinctive look, and still be out of the way of coming and going traffic.
Consult with your CoCal commercial landscaper in Denver for more ideas. You can count on their designer talents to enhance your entryways, and parking areas, and the crews will get the installation done efficiently. Call today: 303-578-4788.