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  Commit20 Campaign: Putting people first by giving back to our community, and creating experiences that make an impact. This year marks our 20th year in business and to celebrate we want to give back to those who made us who we are with the Commit20 Campaign!...

FREAKY FREE DAY! We are giving away free stuff to some lucky customers this month!  Yes, that's right, FREE!  All you have to do is come in and buy some landscaping supplies, fill out an entry form, and wait patiently for a call that we are...

Training your trees into an espalier can be easier than you think.  They aren't just for the grandest of gardens.  Whether I am designing for my clients or myself, I try and think of ways to make certain areas that would normally look dull really...

A nautical themed party is all the rage right now.  Our recent nautical themed Independence Day party was a huge success!  Our first step in planning this party was sending our lawn maintenance crew to do a detailed lawn and landscape cleanup.  Everything else was...

A makeover for your outdoor grill area is just what you need for your next backyard party! We were recently featured on Houzz.com with ideas for upgrading your outdoor grill area. Whether you have a fire pit or a gas grill, any of these ideas...

We are extremely honored to have been nominated for such a prestigious award alongside some companies that we look up to and admire.  The Corporate Citizen Award is "given to an organization going above and beyond to foster an environment of community improvement and support"....

We've come across many questions about evergreens (particularly yews), rose bushes and ornamental grasses this spring.  Many of our clients are asking the question, “is it dead?” Our simple answer to that is to first have patience.  After an unusually dry and extremely cold winter, these...