In urban areas, where nature is hard to come by, we notice the decline in biodiversity that keeps our environment balanced. As a landscaping company, we plant a variety of plants to beautify and bring flora back into the picture. With flora, comes fauna and we encourage homeowners to welcome nature into their landscape. Plants […]
When it comes to our garden beds, late season perennials are overlooked early in the season by showier annuals. While we all love the early and mid summer blooms, these plants will give you something to look forward to as the other blooms start to fade. High Impact Perennials for Late Summer Liatris spicata, AKA […]
Pantone’s color of the year has been annually announced for the last 20 years. Each year, it gains popularity among the public yet mostly influences Designers of all kinds. We take the color of the year in to consideration when it sparks our creativity for new color combinations in the garden. 2019 Color of the […]
As a new planting season begins, be sure that you are planting for the appropriate zone. As we were just renamed as a zone 6, be mindful of our winters and plan accordingly.
Winter damage can come in many forms. From damage due to dehydration, broken branches, frost heaves, frost damage to new buds, to salt burn, winter can have a great effect on the garden. Homeowners are wondering how the severe weather will affect their landscape, and we are here to help.
It’s officially a new year and with it comes the new prediction of trends for 2019. We’ve had our ear to the ground, so-to-speak, to give you what we and other landscape professionals see trending now and into the future.
I struggled with coming up with a year-end blog. I even thought about just repeating last year’s message. Who would know? I thought it was pretty good, so you could just read my blog from last year here.
Winter pruning or dormant trimming is done during the winter months while the trees and shrubs are in dormancy. Winter pruning is done for a variety of reasons. Each reason has to do with the health of the plant and aesthetics. Winter Pruning for Plant Health Trees and shrubs in dormancy are less susceptible […]
Every year plants are submitted by private breeding companies and grown in trial gardens to gauge performance in specific climates. These trials take place across the country.
Typically, when clients describe their desire for a lush English gardens design, they are referring to one of two very different styles: the English country garden or the English cottage garden. One is very structured and geometric in design; the other more vivacious and exuberant. The English Country Garden The classic English […]