Landscaping Design on the Main Line

Serving the Main Line, Suburban Philadelphia and Tri-State area

May 15, 2019
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Landscape Design— Villanova, PA

What is Soil Amendment? If you have trouble keeping your plants alive, you should know that healthy soil can help you substitute for a green thumb. Nutrient-rich soil is the number one key to a healthy garden. If your soil … Continue reading

May 5, 2019
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Landscape Design—Wayne, PA

Natural or Landscaped: Impressive Garden Ponds If you would like a beautiful backyard pond without all of the work a natural pond requires, there are a few landscaping tricks designed to do the trick. Here is some insight into how … Continue reading

March 23, 2017
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Design Ideas for Sustainable Philadelphia Landscape Design

Does creating a harmonious balance in your Main Line landscape design seem challenging? Here are 5 design ideas to make your lawn and garden lovely and sustainable… Continue reading

November 7, 2016
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Solutions for Common Philadelphia Landscape Problems

Are garden landscape problems attracting all of the attention and eclipsing the real beauty in your garden? If this is the case in your Philadelphia or Main Line landscape design, then it is high time to make those eyesores or design … Continue reading

September 16, 2016
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Landscaping for Storm Water and Erosion Control in Eastern PA

There are so many wonderful advantages homeowners enjoy during the summer season – the bright sunshine and blue skies, gorgeously colorful gardens, outdoor picnic meals and activities, and more. One of the more unpleasant aspects of the summer season comes in the … Continue reading

December 20, 2015
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Using Earthworks in Residential Landscaping Design

Berms and mounds are collectively known as earthworks, and they are landscaping grading features designed to build up the ground so as to provide better soil conditions for mass plantings, channel potentially damaging excess water runoff to designated areas, or simply create stunning, multidimensional landscape schemes. Continue reading