There are many ways to go about a landscape project and making it happen may seem daunting as there are numerous options. With the right amount of planning these points will be a helpful guide to your landscape renovation. The First Step is a Master Plan When homeowners begin to think about a landscape renovation […]
The change of the seasons is what makes our Michigan climate so interesting. Planting for all four seasons is what we strive to accomplish at every home. As you know, gardens are always a work in progress and adding to them or making room for new plants is exciting. As we get into peak fall […]
Pathways and walkways have different functions in the well-designed landscape. Simply put, walkways are meant guide people from one place to another. They can also serve to define the different areas of your landscape while also connecting and unifying them. Walkways serve many functions and can lead to many places. A well-designed walkway should also […]
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.