I think we can all agree that 2017 seemed a bit more stressful of a year than usual. To start off 2018 with a relaxed mood, try incorporating a couple of soothing elements into your landscape to help create a nice retreat from the everyday stresses of work, school, etc. These soothing elements can be… Read more >
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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 >
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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 >
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Have a deck project on your mind… So do we! Let me walk you through the installation of a deck we recently completed. This is not your average deck. This deck is truly more of an addition to their home than ’just a deck’. The only thing missing is a bedroom. The client had an… Read more >
(Almost) Everything you never knew you wanted to know about building a new deck Your new deck… it’s all in the details. Decks can be one of the most complex components of a landscape. I could probably write a book on the topic, but I won’t. At least not right now. There are many very… Read more >