This has certainly been the season for mushrooms. I think most of us think that mushrooms are not attractive in the landscape. It’s certainly not our goal as designers to grow mushrooms for our clients, but there are some interesting as well as colorful mushrooms appearing this year. Take a look at this mushroom called… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Planting
Color that Lasts
We all love color in our landscape. Perennials provide this for us. But not all perennials are created equal. Many only bloom for a short period of time. But, others bloom for months. Following is a sample of long blooming perennials. Many varieties of Coneflowers bloom from June through August such as Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’… Read more »
Come explore our Landscape Design Center at our OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We are located in Haymarket, VA. Designers will be available to discuss your landscaping needs. Enjoy complimentary refreshments. There will be a flower giveaway, (limited supply). And, a container garden demonstration at 1:00 pm…. Read more »
Many people think that our crews stop working in the winter. But, that’s not the case. We work all winter long, weather permitting. Today is snowing like crazy, so the crews are off, but they will be back to work as soon as possible. Here is a picture of one of our crews working last… Read more »
Why the Change?
Part of the art of designing beautiful landscape designs is the ability to achieve an ever changing sequence of color from season to season beginning in spring and continuing into late fall and even winter. Most of us think of spring and summer for the ultimate enjoyment of garden color, but your landscape can come… Read more »