Landscaping With Winter In Mind

November 26, 2016

It’s a fact that most gardeners are guilty of designing their garden with spring, summer or fall in mind and put very little emphasis on what their garden will look like in the winter. In...

Aloe or Agave?

November 19, 2016

Quite a few of the questions we receive from our customers are submitted with a picture asking us “what plant is this?” Sometimes the answer is relatively easy to give but there are...

Garden-tainment-The Joy of Outdoor Living

October 16, 2016

One the hottest trends in landscaping is something known as “Garden-Tainment”. Many people since the 2008 recession have turned to the “staycation” as an alternative to an...

Ditch The Lawnmover

July 30, 2016

I’ll be the first to admit that a lush, emerald green lawn is hard to ignore and if I didn’t have grass to cut I personally would be disappointed but taking care of all of that turf can...

Promoting Sustainable Water Use

July 24, 2016

Drought is a real problem these days in the state of California as well as other areas of the United States. The problem is so significant that Californians have been forced to limit their water...

5 Woodland Gardening Tips

June 25, 2016

Have you ever noticed that even in the largest cities you can always seem to find a park with a path that winds through a peaceful woodland location? Whether it was walking through Christopher...

Tips For Gardening At The Beach

June 19, 2016

Who doesn’t enjoy the beach? If I close my eyes I can almost feel the warmth of the summer sun, smell the salt air and picture a glorious sunset with the cool breeze on my skin. I can also...

The Year in Color-The Power of Purple

April 03, 2016

On the surface it may seem like the “color committee” has thrown me a bit of a curve ball this month. After all, what does the color purple have to do with the month of April? Perhaps a...

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