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  • 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 →

  • Why Commercial Landscaping Is Important Year-Round

      December 23, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Whether you run a small local business or large franchise location, you must be concerned with how the property is kept. Your business’ property should not look overgrown, dead, or dull, because it can turn off customers from working with you. Let’s take a closer look at why year-round commercial landscaping is so important. Continual... Continue reading →

  • Jardim Botanico de Curitiba, Brazil

      December 16, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    The Jardim Botânico de Curitiba, or Botanical Garden of Curitiba, is located in the capital city of the Brazilian state of Paraná. As visitors enter this French garden-style park, they are transported back to the mid-19th Century through beautiful and breathtaking greenhouse design. In addition to featuring several botanical exhibits, this 240-square meter botanical garden... Continue reading →

  • A Look at Different Pavers

      December 9, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Many homeowners are choosing paving stones for their new or replacement driveways and patios. Pavers offer beautiful, versatile, and low-maintenance solutions when designing a new driveway or patio. Here is a brief look at some popular pavers used in Tucson: MegaArbel Pavers These natural-looking pavers are a popular choice for homeowners who love the look... Continue reading →

  • In Bloom at Keukenhof

      November 25, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Keukenhof, or “kitchen garden” in Dutch, is also known as the Garden of Europe. Located in the town of Lisse in the Netherlands, Keukenhof is among the largest flower gardens in the world. This garden, which is open to the public between the months of March and May, features millions of flower bulbs planted in... Continue reading →

  • Plants That Bloom in the Winter

      November 18, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    With Tucson’s mild winter climate, certain plants and trees can bloom year-round. Thanks to these hardy plants, Tucson landscapes can create beautiful blooms and colors for everyone to experience no matter the time of year. Here is a closer look at some plants that bloom in the winter: Acacia Trees Acacia trees can grow quickly,... Continue reading →

  • Prepare Your Yard for Winter

      November 11, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    Whether you have a minimal-looking landscape or an illustrious green paradise, you should prepare it for the coming winter. Raking, overseeding, and frequent irrigation checks are crucial if you want to maintain the look and function of your yard. Continue reading to learn more about preparing your yard for winter. Rake Regularly As the leaves... Continue reading →

  • The Gardens of Versailles

      November 4, 2016     Blog     0 Comment(s)

    King Louis XIV of France moved his court and the political seat of the country to Versailles in 1682. During his reign, King Louis transformed the property into a magnificent palace, adding hundreds of rooms and transforming the grounds into one of the most recognized and revered examples of the jardin à la française, or... Continue reading →