A natural style habitat designed by the late Charles Pauley, Pineland Manor is a very unique modular home which was formerly all pine land. Landscape architecture was designed with the visibility of pioneer flora and fauna in mind. Many native materials extremely slow growing and low maintenance with longevity in mind. Extensive shrub, ground cover as well as perennial aroid plants add all year interest to the property.
A butterfly and hummingbird garden attracts many different species all year round.
A dry stream bed separates the front of the Manor from the rear entrance and provides some colourful river rock for a nice break in the many different green textures.
Various perennial colourful flowering plant material is concentrated in the back yard area along the pine bark pathways leading up to and around the natural spring. Natural stone and accent lighting finish off the installation.