Meet  Operations Coordinator Mandy Moreland 
  • Claim to Fame: Mandy started at McHale in 2003 as our first full-time plant purchaser, and recently was promoted to operations coordinator. While she continues to perform duties as plant purchaser and farm manager, she also will be the coordinator of operations communication and system development.
  • Family: Mandy has a 5-year-old son, Glen.
  • Preferred vacation spots: Mandy's favorite vacations include camping and the beach.
  • Little-known fact: While working at local nursery after high school, Mandy realized she wanted to pursue a career in landscaping.
  • Education: Institute of Applied Agriculture at UMD.  
Our talented team doled out an assortment of informative blogs over the last several months, providing plenty of home improvement and gardening tips to keep readers busy throughout the cooler months.
Congratulations, Celebrations, and Honors
Happy Retirement
to Will Smith!

Registered Landscape Architect Will Smith retired this summer. Will served as the lead designer on multiple award-winning projects throughout Maryland and Virginia, and touched the lives of many clients during his 20 year career at McHale Landscape Design through his ability to create beautiful gardens and outdoor living spaces. 

Will is going to be missed, but his contributions to the success of McHale Landscape Design will never be forgotten.

We wish Will the best as he moves back home to West Virginia to help out on the family farm. 

Best of luck, Will!
Team Building in a Pinch!

McHale Landscape Design's Employee Crab Feast & Cookout was held in July.  Our annual picnic gives employees from all divisions a chance to socialize and catch up with each other in a relaxed setting.

During the event, Outstanding Performance Awards were given to the following employees:
  • Debbie Knapp - Purchase Order Specialist
  • Maximo Alvarez - Assistant Landscape Foreman
  • Dave Felton - Assistant Landscape Designer
  • Chris Joseph - Assistant Landscape Designer
Harbortown Waterfront Residence
McHale Landscape Design recently was contacted to assist in the remodeling of this quaint, bungalow-style cottage along the Eastern Shore waterfront. 

Our firm installed a new granite-bordered arrival court, cottage style fencing, and a colorful planting scheme.

Mature shade trees that completely blocked the front entrance were removed to make the cottage more welcoming and approachable to visitors. The new Texas beige gravel driveway was bordered with true granite pavers leading to a brick arrival landing and front entry walk, while the classic, white cedar fence highlights an entryway planted with colorful Nepeta and Knock Out roses.

A favorite of butterflies, Caryopteris is known for its showy blue flower spikes. Low maintenance and drought tolerant, the plant is a perfect addition to a full sun cutting garden.

Its late summer bloom time extends interest in the garden into the fall.
McHale Landscape Design
Phone: (301) 599-8300
Annapolis: (410) 990-0894
Easton: (410) 770-9449
McLean: (703) 760-8600
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