Paris Realty Group runs a nice blog with a recurring feature: "Five on Friday". The concept is simple, they sit down with someone local who works (in one way or another) with homes and ask them five questions.Read More
Low voltage landscape lighting allows you to enjoy your landscape during the darkest (rainiest) days of the year.
More time to enjoy your yard. That should be reason enough to consider landscape lighting. But just in case it isn't, here are.Read More
How much will it cost you to hire a landscape designer? Depends on a few factors such as...Read More
I can read your mind (just when it comes to your yard). You do not want to spend more time caring for their landscapes. You want to spend less time, even no time if possible.
In an effort to give you what you want, here are 10 ways to lessen the amount of time needed to care for your landscape- and most of them of them are serious.Read More
"Best plants" is subjective. But this list is full of plants that fit the prevailing landscape design meme: sustainable and low maintenance (or vice-versa). Here are 10 great plants that are sure to fit your yard in 2017, and beyond:Read More
What does your fescue look like now? My clients with tall fescue sod from JB Sod have lawns that look like wet straw. Not good. I called JB Sod and asked them about it. Here is what is going on:
We have had a much colder winter that normal and fescue lawns have gone dormant. In fact the sod fields at JB are dormant too!Read More
This garden was designed by Sadafumi Uchiyama and installed by us in 2008. We do the basic maintenance as well, with the excellent tree pruning by Mike Ellena.
I stopped by to make sure the garden had come through the ice and snow well. What a great garden this come to be. Even in winter it makes me smile!Read More