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From Edible Landscapes to Garden Path Designs, Solar heating for Swimming Pools, Garden Design Ideas, Landscaping Advice, DIY Landscaping Projects and more, our Landscape Architects aim to bring you the latest in Landscaping and Gardening News!


Do you have one or more areas in your yard that hold water after a rainfall? This is a common problem, and sometimes difficult to solve. Over the years I’ve talked with dozens of people trying to battle this problem, and on several occasions I have been hired to solve the problem. So what can […]


It’s true, all vegetables have health benefits. However some are over-achievers in the nutrient department and many of those are ridiculously easy to grow. Since vegetables start losing nutrients as soon as they are picked, having a garden in your backyard or on your deck is a great step toward improving the quality of food […]

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Illuminate your summer garden with an enchanting space for relaxing or entertaining after the sun goes down. You can easily transform a garden space into a nocturnal paradise perfect for evenings in the garden. Appeal to the Senses Create a sensory experience by making use of three types of plants—night-flowering, night-fragrant and night-reflective. Night-flowering plants […]

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Add beauty and texture to your garden with leafy and flowering perennials, annuals, and grasses. Variegated Variety You don’t need big showy flowers to create a garden bed that vibrates with color. Use leafy perennials to plant a quilt of subtle color and eye-catching texture. In this photo, Carex elata ‘Bowles Golden’ and hardy impatiens […]

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An article on SFGate shows you how to easily build a PVC strawberry planter to plant some juicy strawberries! Read the instructions on their website. 


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