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Master Plan Today for a Beautiful Spring

Master Plan Today for a Beautiful Spring

Can you imagine building a house without any plans?  How would you know if the end result fits your needs or if it is within your budget without a plan?  Once upon a time, there were probably plans for the landscaping at your property.  Those plans probably showed what plants to use and where to put them.  They may have also outlined proper planting techniques and diagrammed play areas or outdoor seating spaces too.  But I bet those plans are long gone now.  And things in the landscape have grown, died, or changed. …continue reading →
The Evolution of Outdoor Spaces

The Evolution of Outdoor Spaces

Connection to the Outdoors Once upon a time, children raced home from school, met up with their friends, and played outside until dark.  How many of you remember those days?  Feeling the wind in your hair,  the sun on your cheeks, and the freedom to explore the great outdoors was exciting and fun.  Fast forward to today.  You don’t see packs of kids riding bikes or playing pick-up-ball much anymore.  A societal shift seems to have allowed our love of nature to be replaced with technology and busy schedules.  Despite our hardwired connection…continue reading →
It’s Easy Being Green

It’s Easy Being Green

What Is Green Landscaping? It seems like it should be self-explanatory, but just because plants are green does not a Green Landscape make. Green Landscaping is defined as landscaping that is water-efficient, reduces pollution, provides habitat for wildlife, and creates healthy outdoor spaces. Does your community have plants that require what seems like an ocean full of water to look vibrant? Are there plants that always come down with an insect or disease issue? Or even worse – do you have drainage and surface water issues that cause erosion right into the storm…continue reading →
Drought Resistant Plants to Brighten Your Summer Landscape

Drought Resistant Plants to Brighten Your Summer Landscape

When you hear the words “drought-resistant plants” I bet an image of a desert vividly appears in your imagination.  All you can see for miles is cacti, sand, and stone.  You may even break into a slight sweat as you begin to feel the sweltering heat.  As a property owner or manager, you will find great comfort in the fact that your landscape does not have to look like the Sahara Desert when summer arrives.  There are dozens of drought-resistant plants that bring color, texture, and beauty to the landscape - even in…continue reading →
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