Landscaping Design on the Main Line

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April 5, 2019
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April Showers: Perennial Gardening for the Spring

Spring is among us, which means that now is an ideal time to begin your gardening pursuits. For many, this is a long-awaited return to nature after a long and cold winter. For this reason, it is essential that your … Continue reading

August 6, 2016
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5 Tips for Stunning Small Philadelphia Landscapes

Having a small yard does not mean that having a beautiful landscape is out of the question. It just means that more planning and detail need to be employed in the venture in order to achieve a rich palette of … Continue reading

June 14, 2016
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Stunning Japanese Maples Transform the Landscape Design

The exquisitely cut Japanese Maple foliage brings an immediate “brush” of texture to your landscaping “canvas”, the unusual colors provide multi-seasonal interest, and both the upright and weeping varieties make excellent focal points in any garden setting. Continue reading

March 29, 2016
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Unique Selection of Shrubs for Your Philadelphia Landscape

Shrubs feature prominently in masterpiece landscapes, providing structure and charm with their eye-catching foliage and flowers, often accompanied by sweet, permeating fragrances. Continue reading

March 11, 2016
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Splendid Vines and Climbers for Main Line Landscaped Gardens

Why not add some vertical color with proven vines and climbers for Philadelphia residential gardens? Claude Monet once said, “I must have flowers, always and always.” And truly, a garden literally bursting with color and fragrance and depth is a wonderful thing to behold… Continue reading

March 1, 2016
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Best Native Plants of Southeastern Pennsylvania for Your Home Garden

Native plants are becoming increasingly popular among home landscaping designers and gardeners. And why not? Native species tend to be more zone hardy, are easy to grow, and require little to no extra fertilizers or water. Continue reading