Congratulations To Our Garden Makeover Winner!
Congratulations to Shuanda McManus for Winning Our Garden Makover Contest! Shuanda submitted the following picture of her garden on our Facebook event page and was randomly selected as our winner. She will receive $500 toward a makeover of her garden. Everyone else who entered and those who are interested will receive
Saving Money on Cooling and Heating With Your Landscape
You’ve probably read a thousand articles about how to save money on heating and cooling in your home. But chances are that you probably haven’t heard much about the idea of passive solar as a way to save energy in your home. Today’s post will talk a little bit about
Making Clay Soil Suitable For Gardening
Are you interested in gardening, but find that your soil is full of clay? Check out today’s post for some tips on how to make your clay soil suitable for gardening so that your green thumbs can keep on planting, in spite of your soil type. The Key Is To
With cold weather coming on and summer blossoms fading away gardens tend to become less luxurious. But it doesn’t have to be that way, with one easy addition your garden can fight back the frosts, and keep its rich appearance of life and luxury. The answer?! Simply mulch. Mulch is
Yard Tips for Fall
Now that the Fall season is upon us, make sure that you’re taking care of your yard to prepare for the coming winter season! In today’s blog post, we will give some yard tips for Fall. Figure out your grass type You likely have a cool-season or warm-season turf. It’s
Welcome to the Team, David Chewey!
We’d like to welcome a new member to our team! Meet David Chewey, our new Landscape Architect. David has a degree from Rutgers University and a license in Landscape Architecture. He has a passion for green roofs and sustainable design. We’re excited for his contributions to our team here at