Landscape Garden

Landscape gardens are more than a landscape bed, they are a full horticultural experience.  Landscape gardens can be designed to incorporate water features, out-door living spaces and spacious flower gardens.  The goal of a landscape garden is to beautify your...

Landscape Supplies

Landscape supplies can be purchased from a variety of sources.  Plant material including annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees can be purchased at local nurseries or through independent contractors.  Big box stores also carry many seasonal plants.  The quality of...

Plant Designation

Plant designation separates plant species into several different groups.  The plant designation refers to the foliage found on the plant.  The first type of plant is deciduous.  Deciduous plants are leafy and shed their foliage  in the fall.  Trees and shrubs can both...

Spacing Plants

Most people don’t take into consideration spacing plants when they are installing a new landscape.  Spacing plants may not seem like that important of task initially, but it can lead to quite a few problems down the road.  When choosing plants for your landscape...

Flower Pots

Flower pots are a great way to spruce up the exterior of your property.  Flower pots are commonly used in areas where it is impractical or impossible to grow plants.  There are a lot of commercial applications where flower pots are used to brighten up the exterior of...

Dividing Perennials

Dividing perennials is a great way to encourage new growth in your plants.  This process will also produce additional plants which can be installed in your landscape.  At some point, most perennials should be divided to spur new growth.  The frequency and timing of...