• Make the Summer Monsoons Work for Your Yard

      August 18, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Arizona’s summer monsoons provide the desert with much-needed water, but that water is not always put to the best use. You can ensure that your landscape takes advantage of monsoon rainwater, and save on your water bill for the summer, with helpful steps below. Invest in a Collection System Rainwater collection systems are a great... Continue reading →

  • Look at Your Different Hardscaping Options

      August 11, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Hardscapes are a great addition to every landscape, because they allow for places to walk, sit, and provide shade. You can add pavers, decks, pergolas, and so much more to make your landscape more attractive. Let’s take a closer look at your hardscaping options. Pavers There are countless types of pavers that can be used... Continue reading →

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

      August 5, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a lush oasis that is nestled next to Prospect Park in the bustling borough of Brooklyn, New York. When you take your next trip to the city, be sure to tour the amazing landscaping and exotic plants that are featured throughout the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s extensive grounds. Let’s review some... Continue reading →

  • Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

      July 28, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    When it comes to gardens that combine rich history with gorgeously lush growth, Kew Royal Botanic Gardens are near the top of the list. These gardens put plants and fungi in the spotlight, and they represent the incredible diversity of plant life. Attractions like a tall treetop canopy and a few areas that are designed... Continue reading →

  • Choosing the Right Plants to Add Color to Your Desert Garden

      July 21, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    The Southwest desert is filled with color from beautiful cacti to green trees to blooming plants. You can add this color to your property with a few hardy plants that do well in Tucson’s sun and water conditions. Here is a brief look at some colorful and beautiful desert plants for your garden: Yellow Columbine... Continue reading →

  • Landscape Upgrades to Enhance Your Commercial Property

      July 19, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Designing a beautiful and functional landscape for your commercial property is critical for maintaining positive client perception, because your landscape will be visible to clients before they ever set foot in your door. Whether you manage an office, retail space, or commercial warehouse, there are some key landscaping upgrades you might consider to make the... Continue reading →

  • What to Do If Your Plants Are Overexposed to Heat This Summer

      July 14, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Tucson summers can destroy certain plants and landscapes with the excessive heat and damaging sun rays. Your plants may start wilting or even look “sunburned” if they are not cared for properly by a professional landscaper. To prevent the disappointment of a burned summer garden, here are some quick tips to help your plants recover... Continue reading →

  • Kenrokuen Garden

      June 23, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Kenrokuen Garden is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan, because it is so beautiful and carries so much history. This garden features a vast artificial pond, a storied history of its creators, and six important characteristics of a garden. Read on to learn more about Kenrokuen Garden. The Maeda Family The Maeda family,... Continue reading →

  • How to Protect Your Yard from the Harsh Summer Heat

      June 9, 2017     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Tucson’s summer sun and heat is here, so it is important to prepare your yard for the harsh conditions. Your Tucson landscaper can help you set up a timed watering schedule, add rock mulch, and place shades around sensitive plants. Here is a closer look at how to protect your yard this summer. Time Your... Continue reading →

  • Suan Nong Nooch, Thailand

      December 30, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    The Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden is the largest botanical garden in Southeast Asia. Located near Pattaya, this 500-acre garden sits on a slightly larger plot of land that began as a plantation, then later became a conservation area before it was finally opened to the public as a botanical garden. Among its gardens, visitors... Continue reading →