Art in the Garden

Art in the Garden

The day is warm, there is a light breeze, and the moisture from the overnight rain has perked up your lawn and plants. You sit on your patio relaxing and having your morning cup of coffee. Over the past few years you have planted some plants in the yard and had the...
Color Washing

Color Washing

The days are getting warmer and the snow just may be on vacation until this fall. Your landscape seems to be lacking in color early in the growing season. Currently, the variety of colors you have consist of light green, medium green and dark green in your landscape...

Soil Amendments

Before the holes are dug, the plants planted and the mulch installed, stop and think about how the plants will react to the surroundings. Will they look lush, heavy with blooms and have intense fall color or will they be sparse, with few blooms, washed out fall color...
Landscape Budgeting

Landscape Budgeting

By Ted Maro Determining a realistic budget for a landscape project can be a difficult challenge.  Getting the most out of your project will require careful planning.  It is important to get it done right for several reasons, not only for enjoyment and pride in your...

Edging – The Finishing Touch

By Ted Maro   You have a landscape plan and are excited for the spring season to come, but there is one thing you have not made a decision about, and that is the type of edging that is going to be used.  There are a variety of materials available to use for landscape...
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