Creating Habitat for Birds Part 2 of 2

April 21, 2017

In our last blog about creating habitat for birds we talked about the steps we can take to make a healthy and sustainable northwest garden where birds and other wildlife will thrive. Not only does the design of your landscape effect whether we have birds in our backyard, but the plant choices we make can… Read more >

Dark Eyed Junco Photo Courtesy of Audubon Society Creating Habitat for Birds Part 1 of 2

April 21, 2017

When we build new housing or commercial developments, we inevitably scare away many birds and other wildlife that we want to keep in our backyards. Once we’ve developed an area, it’s our job to re-create habitat that birds will come back to and thrive in. A quick fun fact about birds that live in urban… Read more >

Outdoor Lighting: Advice from an Expert

March 17, 2017

Outdoor lighting is like the icing on the cake for your garden. Lighting extends the hours of the day that you can enjoy your garden while adding an additional element of viewing pleasure to the space. Most of our projects include lighting if it fits into the budget. One great thing about low voltage lighting… Read more >

Hydrangea macrophylla 'Nikko Blue' (Nikko Blue Hydrangea) How to Prune Hydrangeas

March 8, 2017

With some hydrangeas blooming on old wood and others blooming on new wood, it can be confusing which ones to prune and when to prune them. To start off with, hydrangeas, in general, do not have to be pruned to keep them healthy. But, if you like to keep them clean and tidy or if… Read more >

Can I prune yet? Yes you can!

February 17, 2017

Back in October, we talked about waiting to prune until plants are fully dormant in order to keep them healthy and strong. Now that we’re in late winter and the sunshine is starting to peek out of the gray clouds, February-March is the best time to get back out in your garden to prune and… Read more >