What We’re Working On: April 2019

April 19, 2019

Here’s what we’ve been working on this month. We’ve got quite a few new projects starting in the coming months, as well, so be on the lookout for those! Flagstone patio in Kirkland coming along. The deck permit has been approved so we will have more pictures of that soon! The Snohomish pool and spa… Read more >

Deck Screening Options

April 12, 2019

If you have a deck, whether it’s up high or down low, you’ve probably considered some type of screening. Adding a screen to your deck can help provide privacy to/from neighbors, help block the elements such as wind, rain, and sun, or help screen from a particular feature of your landscape. Wood Horizontal Wood Screens-… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Vertical Gardening

December 14, 2018

Vertical gardening opens more possibilities for adding plants to your space rather than just on the ground level. If you have a smaller outdoor space, this could add much needed planting space that you might not have had otherwise. You can even add vertical gardening options in your house, as well. Fence Planters- You can… Read more >

Hedges Other than Arbs Hedges Other Than Arborvitaes

May 2, 2018

When we want to screen a neighbor or some kind of feature from our yard or a window, we reach for the plants. When you think of hedges, one of the first plants that come to mind for a lot of people are arborvitaes. But, while they grow fairly fast, they’re not a very long-lived… Read more >

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 >