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Landscaping Design Basics

After over 30 years of designing landscapes, I can tell you that there are definitely rules to follow for good design.
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Landscaping Lakeshore Properties

Simply put, lakeshore properties require unique care.
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Low Maintenance Gardens

We've thought of a few ways for you to cut back on the maintenance and still have gorgeous residential landscaping that the neighbors will envy.
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Top 5 All-Time Favorite Perennial Choices

I love, love, love perennials! How can I possibly choose some favorites to incorporate into my back yard landscape design?
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Outdoor Living

Enjoy the great outdoors right in your own backyard with your own fabulous outdoor living space.
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Patio Design

A patio is one of the most used things that you’ll ever invest in for your yard. Other than a walk to the door, a patio is lived on so it gets a lot of use. What type of patio do you want? Well, to help you with your patio design, here’s a few points to consider.
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PATIOS AND STEPS

Oftentimes, patios need to be planned along with steps. This is because the patio will need a large, level area, and if the grade isn’t completely level to begin with, steps will need to be part of the patio landscaping.
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Perched Beach

Lakeshore property owners will oftentimes want a sandy beach for summer enjoyment. This type of a project will involve DES (Department of Environmental Services) permitting, and most likely, the hiring of a Landscape Contractor.
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Shoreline Improvements and DES Permitting

If you are planning any project within 250’ of the lake, you must be sure you get any necessary permits in place before you begin your project. It’s not just lakes either, so be aware of where DES (Department of Environmental Services) has jurisdiction (wetlands for example).
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Tips to help boost your homes CURB APPEAL

You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression! The first impression that anyone has when coming to your home is the curb appeal(or lack of it). The landscaping that is seen from the street or upon entering the doorway are the areas to consider when thinking about curb appeal. So, how can you boost your homes curb appeal? Here’s a few handy tips to consider.
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