Landscape Design and Design Projecting

  • Preliminary Project
  • Application Project
  • Plantation Project
  • Sections and Views
  • 3D Modeling
  • Quantity and Discovery

Landscape Applications

  • Hard floor applications
  • Soft landscape applications
  • Irrigation system installation
  • Lighting applications
  • Hydroseeding
  • Children's playgrounds
  • Sports fields
  • Elements of landscape reinforcement
  • Interior landscaping
  • Vertical gardens
  • Biological ponds
  • Moss Walls & Shocked Plants
  • Hydroseeding

What is Hydroseeding?

Hydroseeding / Aqueous Seeding / Spraying It is made by spraying various materials such as grass, seed, fertilizer, quick starter products, mulch / mulch, glue, etc., by mixing with water and spraying it on the soil surface. Hydroseeding is a process starting from the selection of seed mixture to be applied, application method, thickness of application layer, determination of irrigation periods, programmed application speed and expected observation studies after the first 21-28 days after application. It can be easily applied in difficult sloping areas that do not have plant soil or do not hold soil and cannot be sown by hand. Hydroseeding grass cultivation leads to the right application and selection of materials. Thanks to the homogeneous spread of the seeds, the grass grows homogeneously. Thanks to the adhesive and mulch in the mixture, it adheres to the surface within 2-3 hours after application and the conditions such as watering the seeds, transporting them with ants, flowing with rain or flying with the wind are minimized. In this way, green space in your space, such as negativity is not seen. It does not contain any harmful chemicals. Hydroseeding is much more economical than all other sowing methods. It is an unbeatable and uncompetitive technology regardless of its intended use.


  • Plant production
  • Soil Recycling

Landscape Maintenance and Repair

  • Periodic maintenance
  • Irrigation
  • Pruning
  • Fertilization
  • Agricultural spraying
  • Fighting weeds
  • Earth ventilation
  • Seasonal garden preparations