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To ‘Vacation’ or ‘Staycation’, that is the question

In these times, many people are choosing to ‘Staycation’ instead of ‘Vacation’. Why? Here’s the answer.
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Planning for Drought Conditions

This past year was a good example of how it can get really dry out there. Although droughts aren't something we can control, we can try to plan for these conditions in the landscaping.
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Using Native Plants

Native plants provide many benefits to your landscape design and property maintenance.
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Outdoor Living Spaces

Your home is your oasis. Create a space that incorporates everything you need to relax and unwind.
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Fire Pits are Popular

With people staying home more often these days, a fire pit is a great feature to incorporate into your landscaping.
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DES Permitting

We suggest that you speak with your landscaper to learn what will be allowed based on your permit.   
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Facing deer problems with your landscape?

Do you have deer that visit your property? Here are a few plants that you’ll want to consider.
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2022 Perennial Plant of the Year

Drumroll…… And the winner is…….
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Focal Points in Landscape Design

Focal Points are a design concept and are important to keep in mind when doing a Landscape Design. This is because a focal point is something that will capture the bulk of your attention and capture your interest.
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How to attract hummingbirds to your yard

Hummingbirds are amazing and almost everyone would love to see these creatures visit their yard. Here's how you can easily attract hummingbirds.
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