Add Some Coral Florals

January 12, 2019

According to Pantone “Living Coral” the color of the year for 2019, “embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting...
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4 Essentials of Japanese Garden Design

June 16, 2018

The Internet has changed how the world does almost everything and as a result, the world seems a whole lot smaller. We can now easily learn about other cultures and as a result interest in Japanese...
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Learn About Rainscaping

May 06, 2018

One of the fastest growing trends in landscape design today is something known as Rainscaping. Simply stated Rainscaping is a technique that combines garden aesthetics with stormwater management....
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Wet Soil Gardening Tips

April 02, 2018

It is not unusual to find that you have diverse soil conditions in your garden. That is my own experience, I have bone dry soil in some areas and I can’t dig without a shovel and then other...
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Wind Resistant Gardening

March 10, 2018

During the spring and summer, one of my biggest worries is windy days. Every time I feel a gusty thunderstorm approaching or we have one of those days where the wind in your face feels like you are...
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What is Wabi-Sabi?

March 03, 2018

If you have experience with Japanese culture you might have some familiarity with the concept of Wabi-Sabi but I’m betting that most of us are unfamiliar with the term. Its origins lie in...
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Rock On!

February 10, 2018

The first garden I ever designed was a rock garden I planted for my mother on Mother’s Day. I read about it in a magazine and thought it would be something my Mom might enjoy looking at it...
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Winter Pest Control

December 16, 2017

Just because winter is setting in doesn’t mean you can let your guard down when it comes to pest control. As a matter of fact, this time of year calls for even more vigilance as the weather...
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