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A little dirt never hurts.

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!

Whether you’re a green-fingered garden guru or a novice, these very clever tips and tricks are sure to come in handy! Gardening is a fine art, and often learning to get it right is a process of trial and error. However, there are a few gardening hacks you can pinch from professional gardeners to help you master […]

Pallets have long been a popular go-to when it comes to repurposed projects, but we haven’t seen anyone utilize them quite as creatively as Aniko Levai. When it came time to decorate her patio for summer, the Place of My Taste blogger turned to pallets to transform the space. From a vertical garden to sectional […]

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There are many secrets hiding among your petals, leaves, and dirt. Gardening is hardly a straightforward practice — goodness knows it takes skills, dedication, and more than a little luck to grow flowers and veggies. But while certain facts about gardens are perplexing (like the delicate nature of herb garden growing), some are just plain […]

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Lavender, an easy-to-grow herb delights with its beauty and fragrance. Fields of Dreams What’s not to love about lavender? It’s low maintenance and drought-tolerant, once established. It attracts bees and butterflies but is deer- and rabbit-resistant. It can be used in cosmetics, medicine, and cuisine. And the beloved fragrance, prized for millennia, is refreshing, clean, and […]

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The benefits of small backyard ponds There are many benefits of small backyard ponds for both people and the environment. Freshwater habitats of all kinds are currently experiencing a great decline through direct destruction, pollution and alteration. From the stand point of conservation and permaculture, building a pond is immensely useful and beneficial. Benefiting Wildlife […]

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