People are looking for landscapes that are low maintenance and don't take much water. When you think artificial turf Portland is probably the last place that would come to mind.The rain is plentiful and "authenticity" is valued yet the demand for artificial lawns is growing rapidly.Read More
As a homeowner, landscaper, designer or architect we spend a lot of time deciding what to put into our landscapes.
It is just as important, though, to know what not to include in your design. Landscape preferences are subjective, of course. But the following three things should never be in your Portland landscape design.Read More
No other plant can give you instant height while taking up so little space. Bamboo can be a focal point or a backdrop, a sharp exclamation point or a soft accent. And if you are leaning modern or Japanese with your landscape design bamboo will fit right in.
So how to do bamboo right, right?Read More
Steel is fantastic in landscapes. It is a versatile material, which is what custom landscape designs demand. Steel ages really well, taking on a natural patina that fits with your garden's core ingredients.
So how, exactly, do we work some steel into your landscape? Glad you asked!Read More
We have three projects proudly entered into the 2018 Considered Design Awards by Gardenista. All three are projects we have profiled here, and are in our portfolio as well.Read More
Here you will find some ballpark prices for landscaping here in Portland in 2018. There are also links to posts I have written on this in the past along with some other online resources that might be helpful. If I don't cover your project scope below feel free to leave a comment with a brief description and I will try to help.Read More
Perennials bring color and texture to gardens and landscapes every spring and summer. There are hundreds to choose from, and a trip to the nursery can be overwhelming. Use this list to guide you to the right perennials for the places in your landscape.Read More
Best Portland Landscapers? My goal is to help you decide which landscaper is right for your garden, property, family, and budget. The list is broken up into three main categories (small, medium, large), with a couple bonus niche categories (organic, irrigation repair, low voltage lighting).
Now, you might be thinking, why would you put this list together?Read More
A large landscape project in Ridgefield is wrapping up, here are some progress pictures from the last few weeks!Read More
Sometimes local experience is really valuable. I believe landscaping and gardening is an area where you should seek out local advice. Why?Read More