By definition, to be properly said to be “creeping charlie killer” a property, you must be making improvements on that property’s grounds–either in a practical or in an aestheticway. In an extended sense, everything on your property that stands outside of the home itself is part of a property’s landscaping. A related word is “landscape.” When you landscape your yard, you are engaging in landscaping. At this seaside home in the Hamptons designed by Alex Papachristidis, stucco and Jerusalem limestone terraced courtyards embrace lavender and rosemary beds. The landscape architects at Poynter specialize in the design of beautiful and functional spaces that often include hardscape elements. Our programs are designed for today’s suburban landscapes and busy homeowners with all the basics plant health, weed control and more.