Weeping Alaskan False Cypress (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Green Arrow') Photo Courtesy of The Tree Center Small Trees – Big Interest

September 8, 2017

If you have a smaller yard to work with but want to add in some height with trees, it can be tough to find ones that won’t outgrow their space and take over. There are many deciduous and evergreen trees to choose from that will stay small, but still provided plenty of year round interest… Read more >

Bluestone Flagstone Patio and Crushed Stone Pathways and Fire Pit Seating Area Landscape Design: More Than Just Plants

August 25, 2017

Plants play a very important role in any garden but there is much more to a well-designed garden than just plants. The design of any garden or landscape starts with the structure and hardscape. Landscape design is an art that involves the use of a very wide range of mediums beyond just plants, like: concrete,… Read more >

How to Choose the Right Fire Pit

August 2, 2017

With these warm summer nights, many of us want to get outside as much as possible before the rainy weather sets back in. And what better way to enjoy your garden than with friends and family sitting by a fire and roasting some marshmallows. We can’t think of a better way to spend our summer!… Read more >

What is Your Landscape Style?

July 28, 2017

Take our quiz to find out what your landscape style is and let us know in the comments what you got! You can also share your results and have your friends take the quiz on other social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. Link to share is at the end of the quiz!

5 Things Your Garden Designer Wants You to Know

May 17, 2017

A well thought out design for your garden has many great benefits. If you have already decided to obtain a design you likely are aware of at least a few.   The more freedom you give your designer the more creative the space will be. Sometimes site limitations can hinder possibilities but often that can… Read more >