Why is a lawn important?

Transitional Landscape by New York Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers Todd Haiman Landscape Design I have to admit that when I first read this I was a little afraid, but as I looked at the pictures I realized that this was not a ticket to a dead lawn, but more so inspiration for a natural […]

A little effort, a big reward

Thank you Katie for sharing your photos. The liriope grass  had taken over and the rocks were sinking.  You only get the benefit of seeing the space after the storm.  They cleaned out all the rocks, dug out all the liriope grass and leveled the ground.  Once this was done they put the rocks back and planted […]

Thrifty and Green Gardening

Gardening does not have to break the bank.  I am a huge believer in sharing plants.  Just follow these three simple steps: Dig it up, split it up and share it. When you are cleaning up your lawn and thinning out plants think twice before you toss it.  Now, if it is a weed – […]

Hump Day Handout Winners

I am so excited about our Hump Day Handouts.  I went a little CRAY CRAY last week, but I am so glad I did because some of the winners shared pictures and are having so much fun with it.  These photos and comments make me so happy!