Tag: landscape design

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Our Top Tips for Sustainable Landscape Design

Sustainable landscape design is a growing trend nationwide. It’s especially popular in California, Oregon, and Florida. In fact, according to the American Association of Landscape Architects (ASLA) more than 70% of Americans want to incorporate sustainable and eco-friendly elements into their landscape design. The ASLA surveyed landscape architects across the country about their expected outdoor […]

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Don’t Overlook Landscape Edging in Your Landscape Design

For a truly beautiful landscape design that enhances curb appeal and your enjoyment of your property, it’s important to consider how everything comes together. Much like the perfect belt, perfect pair of shoes, or a statement piece of jewelry can take an outfit from lovely to amazing, so too, can landscape edging put the finishing […]

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Deer-Resistant Plants: What Does That Really Mean?

Chances are, if you’re reading an article about deer-resistant plants, you have deer who wander onto your property. Maryland has a large deer population that is getting squeezed out of its natural habitat by continuing development. That means deer may be looking for food in your back yard. But there are some things you can […]

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Landscape Design – How to Get It Right

Landscape design is both an art and a science. It’s an art, because you are creating something beautiful, by arranging and modifying the features of your yard for aesthetic reasons. But landscape design is also a science, because we have to choose the right plants that will both look good and thrive. We have to […]

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Beneficial Insects and How to Attract Them to Your Yard

Attracting beneficial insects and bugs to your yard helps your landscape, and helps the planet. What’s the difference between insects and bugs? Good question. Insects typically have wings, antenna, three sets of legs, and three distinct body segments. Butterflies, bees, ladybugs, and flies would be good examples of true insects. Bugs, on the other hand, […]

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