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4 03, 2024

Landscape Trends for 2024

By |2024-02-05T15:16:49-05:00March 4, 2024|Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance, Patios/Walkways|0 Comments

Outdoor Living Spaces:  Spending some outdoors is as desirable as ever. Utilizing those back yard spaces that were once grass to gather and dine or just hang out. With ready made kitchen and fire features, adding them to patios have become more affordable and specific for smaller areas. Tranquility gardens to help reduce stress with water features are also a [...]

5 02, 2024

Time To Cut Back

By |2024-02-05T10:49:10-05:00February 5, 2024|Commercial, Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

Winter Pruning What and Why February is a great time to start pruning most trees and shrubs. There are several reasons to prune now, such as removing dead wood, shaping a tree or shrub before leaves emerge , making it easy to see stem shape like cris crossing branches, damaged and diseased stems.     Prune Dead Wood and Foliage [...]

7 08, 2023

Plant Spotlight: Viburnums

By |2023-07-24T13:34:02-04:00August 7, 2023|Commercial, Landscape, Patios/Walkways|0 Comments

With over 150 species and various cultivars, there is a viburnum for almost every garden. Many viburnums are native to north America and provide beauty and often fragrant flowers and food for songbirds. The larger viburnums can make for great hedges and screens along a property edge. Today’s spotlight is on four of the “smaller” viburnums native to the eastern [...]

5 06, 2023

Container Garden Planting Secrets

By |2023-04-14T09:42:52-04:00June 5, 2023|Commercial, Landscape, Maintenance, Patios/Walkways, Walls|0 Comments

There is a magic formula in almost all container gardens and flower pot designs: Thriller + Filler + Spiller. The “thriller” is usually a big focal point plant in the center. The “fillers” are secondary plants that make the planting look full and vibrant. The “spillers” are plants that offer added dimension and interest by spilling over the edges. Now [...]

1 05, 2023

Too Much! Too Little! Just Right!

By |2023-02-20T10:18:52-05:00May 1, 2023|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

Water is the life blood of all living things of course,  and now more than ever,  with some places experiencing historic drought water conservation is a must. I’m sure at some point we have seen a lawn sprinkler water the asphalt or watering during a rainstorm. what a waste! Today we have irrigation sensors that will adjust automatically to deliver [...]

3 04, 2023

Basic Principles of Landscape design

By |2023-02-16T14:38:26-05:00April 3, 2023|Landscape|0 Comments

Designing a garden or Landscape can be a daunting task. Knowing how large a plant will get, what colors go well together and what time of year they may flower are all a big part of the art of landscape design but wait…there’s more…. Let’s look at Four of the foundational principles of a good landscape design. 1. Line. The [...]

6 02, 2023

6 Simple Steps in Preparing Your Lawn & Garden for the Season Ahead

By |2022-03-16T11:26:25-04:00February 6, 2023|Commercial, Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

The winter chill is still with us, but spring isn’t far away. Soon our attention will be on beautiful blooms and lush green lawns and shrubs, but to wake them up, there are a few first steps to keep in mind. Do Some Cleaning The first step in preparing your lawn and gardens is to clean up any leftover leaves, [...]

9 01, 2023

Winter Is the Time for Project Planning

By |2022-03-16T13:47:53-04:00January 9, 2023|Commercial, Landscape|0 Comments

As the holiday season winds down and winter is in full swing, it’s easy to think you have plenty of time to plan your new outdoor project. The reality, however, is that the clock is ticking! With the supply and labor challenges of the past few years, most reputable contractors are scheduling work months in advance, and Native Designs is [...]

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