Aching Acres Landscaping

Indiana's Landscaping Experts

Located in the heart of the midwest in Evansville Indiana, near Illinois & Kentucky, Aching Acres is a landscape contractor specializing in designing and building natural stone landscapes and hardscapes, mulch blowing, pondless water features, lakesides, landscape design and architecture, and green/sustainable design.

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The Natural Approach to Landscaping

Natural stone landscaping projects are our specialty. We use the finest limestone, sandstone, ledgerock and other stone materials to produce the highest quality landscapes with a natural appeal and beauty, creating a rich and relaxing environment for your own private outdoors.

Natural stone ledge rock walls by Aching Acres Landscaping

Natural Stone Landscaping

We specialize in massive ledge rock and boulder projects, walls, water features and more.

 Natural Stone Landscaping

Natural stone ledge rock walls by Aching Acres Landscaping

Exterior Landscape Lighting

We are experts in exterior landscape lighting from design to install.

 Outdoor Lighting

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Our Work in Progress

We believe in a strong personal relationship with our customers. As part of that, we continually update this Work in Progress photostream for our customers to check in on the work being done at their location.

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Mulch Services

Our Evansville Indiana mulch facility supplies the greater tri-state area with the highest quality dyed hardwood mulch available. We offer mulch blowing service, as well as bulk mulch delivery and mulch pick up. Call us today for pricing and scheduling.

Call for Mulch: (812) 985-5250
Natural Stone Terracing

Natural Limestone Terracing

Stone terracing decreases slope in problem areas reducing runoff. This method is also attractive and creates a natural environment for planting and ornamentation.

Ledge rock retaining wall by Aching Acres Landscaping for erosion control

Retaining Walls

Installation of a natural stone retaining wall such as this work in progress is an attractive way to manage problem areas and steep grades that present erosion problems.


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