Category: Home Landscapes

Pretty in pink

Molly Ringwald has a rival and it’s the pink trumpet tree, also known as the pink tabebuia (pronounced “tab-bee-boo-ya” or “tab-bay-boo-ee-a”), Tabebuia heterophylla, blooming now in a neighborhood near you. Tabebuias are native to the Caribbean and South… Read More

Just hanging around

If you walk around your house you may notice small brown spindle-shaped objects attached to walls, fence posts, or just about anything stationary with a vertical surface. They look like mini scrap-piles of dried grass, twig and bark…. Read More

The plant kingdom’s “Twilight Zone”

What would you call a plant that does not behave like a plant? Ninety-nine percent of plants in the plant kingdom make their own food using light, water, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and other plant nutrients, via… Read More

EVENT: Brainstorming for HOA Landscape Committees

residents and developers meet to discuss issues

Join us Jan. 28  for an open discussion among homeowner/neighborhood association (HOA) landscape committee members looking to establish more efficient committees, manage existing landscape plans, or improve old landscapes all while creating positive change within their associations. Register early… Read More