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Tying Your Landscape Together – The Benefits Of A Great Garden Path!

2019-05-02T09:33:20-04:00August 28th, 2017|Fall Season, Landscape Design, Landscaping Projects, Patios and Walkways|

Tying Your Landscape Together – The Benefits Of A Great Garden Path! The humble garden path is often overlooked in modern landscape design. Many landscape designers focus on flashier design elements – fancy patios, pergolas, [...]

Fire Pit Roswell GA

2019-05-02T09:34:29-04:00April 10th, 2017|Fall Season, Firepits and Fire Places, Landscape Design, Landscaping Projects, Spring|

3 Reasons You Should Install A Fire Pit In Your Yard This Spring Spring is well on its way in Georgia, and it’s time to think about your landscaping. Whether you’re laying down new sod, [...]

Crape MURDER! Proper Crape Myrtle Pruning

2018-12-14T17:03:01-04:00February 2nd, 2017|Fall Season, Georgia Lawn Care Tips, Landscaping Projects|

Do's and Dont's For Proper Crape Myrtle Pruning. A crape myrtle is a gorgeous accent, perfect for just about any landscaping solution. In the summer, they bloom with gorgeous, sweet-smelling flowers and have a beautiful and [...]

5 Great Fall Flowers for Georgia Gardens

2018-12-14T17:16:21-04:00December 2nd, 2016|Fall Season, Georgia Lawn Care Tips, Landscape Design, Landscape Plantings|

Here in Georgia, we do have a fall and winter season, but our Deep South climate is still relatively mild. This is even more true the further south you get. It may be well into [...]

5 Helpful Tips for Fall Lawn Care in North Georgia

2018-12-14T17:17:52-04:00November 7th, 2016|Fall Season, Georgia Lawn Care Tips, Landscaping Projects|

Here in Woodstock, GA, we have a relatively mild climate. Despite a pretty agreeable range of year-round temperatures, north Georgia isn’t so far south that we don’t get to enjoy the brilliant oranges and fiery [...]