Our Landscapes in the Watershed

Where Do You Live? Where do you live? Think about that for a moment – it is a rather easy question to answer. I commonly ask this question at different programs. Most of the time I get responses… Read More

The Lungs of the City

I have memories from my childhood of my grandfather telling me stories about giants of the swamp. At that time I saw some of the largest alligators I have ever seen, but he was referring to the Bald… Read More

Landscape Design Series: Getting Your Hands Dirty

This is the fifth post in the Landscape Design Series. You Made it! You have made it! It is graduation day-Pomp and Circumstance is playing. Over the previous posts, we covered landscape design tips and secrets to prepare… Read More

Landscape Design Series: Right Plant, Right Place

This is the fourth post in the Landscape Design Series “Don’t Panic” has been our reoccurring mantra with the landscape design series. Now that we have discussed some of the basics of landscape design, our confidence should have… Read More

Landscape Design Series: Curating our Design Opportunities

This is article three in the Landscape Design Series. A Review Are you getting the hang of landscape design? I have encouraged everyone to not panic because landscape design can seem overwhelming, but now your confidence should be… Read More

Landscape Design Series: Inside the Designer’s Toolbox

This is article two in the Landscape Design Series Tools of the Trade Remember, Don’t Panic. Landscape design seems overwhelming, but with the proper tips and tools, you will be able to design the dream landscape that you… Read More

Landscape Design Series: Starting at the End

Landscape Design Introduction My favorite time of year has arrived-autumn. With the cooler air comes life. Our communities are filled with a vibrant spirit. But as our landscapes begin their annual slumber, it gives us the opportunity to… Read More

Ending Your Irrigation Frustration

Landscaping Pet Peeve Here are a few of my landscaping pet peeves: invasive species, volcano mulching, and improper irrigation. Improper irrigation bothers me the most, especially when I see wasted water on sidewalks and roadways. I used to… Read More