I love my gardens to be interactive. I want to be able to live, play, and seek solace from these spaces. And what better way than to incorporate edibles into the garden. And I’m not talking about a full scale vegetable garden. Maybe you don’t have the space. Or maybe you don’t want to devote […]
I’d say we’ve been in hibernation long enough, wouldn’t you? Well…..Not quite yet. I know it’s tempting to get out side and start that spring yard clean up. But sometimes you could be doing more damage to your yard than good if you start too early. March is a transition month that comes with two […]
Starting a garden diary sounds like something only hardcore gardeners do, right? Well, maybe so, but it shouldn’t be. Even for the amateur gardener, it is a great way to keep track of what works and what doesn’t when it comes to your yard, inspiration, and seasonal cycles that are forgotten about over the winter. […]
To Prune or Not to Prune, That is the Question Honestly, pruning is my least favorite landscape chore. I just hate the thought of cutting into my plants and seeing bare stems and fresh cuts. Especially in the early spring, when everything already looks so, well… ugly. But we must for an array of different […]
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We attended the Techo Bloc Contractor Seminar last week and were introduced to a few great new products, tools, and techniques. I hope to use some of these in our landscapes this year. Ask us about seeing the new products in person. I can’t wait to start designing with some of these in mind! […]
After being cooped up all winter, yard work isn’t sounding too bad. Here are our top suggestions for getting your yard ready for the growing season: · Do a general clean up of the grassy areas and the beds. Remove and leaves, sticks, and debris that have accumulated over the winter. Don’t forget to remove […]