Scented Geranium. Yes, Please!

Scented geraniums, a cousin of “common” geraniums, are less showy visually but are a great addition to your garden for their heavenly fragrance and uses.  They are categorized as an herb, but they do produce flowers.  The flowers are more delicate than the flowers of an annual geranium.  But no worries–these beauties aren’t grown for …

Edible Container Gardens

Spring and planting season is here.  You look out your window and sigh. There is simply no room in your yard to plant a vegetable garden.  Don’t despair! You can grow edible plants in containers and have great success (plus, you don’t have to work about violating pesky HOA regulations)!  Many vegetables and herbs will …

Shrubs for Screening

There is probably an area around your house you wish you could just cover up so you didn’t have to look at it…an air conditioning unit, electrical boxes, or trash cans. The good news is you can cover that area or at least make it less noticeable with the right shrub.  I checked with our …

Three Reasons to Install Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor Lighting is just one of the many services our landscape team can provide, but it is often times overlooked by homeowners.  However, outdoor lighting will benefit you and your guests as well as add safety and value to your home. Aesthetics Adding outdoor lighting to your home will simply make it more beautiful, so …

Landscaping: Why It’s Worth It

Landscaping or hardscaping your home has multiple benefits and rewards.  For one, it makes your space much more beautiful and enjoyable.   Whether you are just improving the appearance of your front and/or back yard, or having an outdoor living area built, you, your family and your friends can reap the benefits of enjoying that outdoor …

Thrill, Fill and Spill

  Did you miss our Thrill, Fill and Spill Seminar last weekend?  If you aren’t familiar with this technique and weren’t able to attend the seminar, keep reading!  The Thrill, Fill, Spill technique helps you to create gorgeous plant combinations for your containers.   First, let’s quickly break down what each term relates to. Thrill   …