Here We Go Again!

bleeding heart

Spring has definitely arrived! We encourage you to spend some time with your hands in the dirt if you haven’t done so already. Gardening is therapeutic and can lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer, it’s a great way to reconnect to the rhythm of […]

Moss Control Fertilizer

moss in lawn

Our first round of fertilizer is being applied to the lawns of our maintenance clients, and as we do every year, we’ll be applying a moss control fertilizer. This mix contains ferrous sulphate and is the easiest way to eliminate moss using a chemical application. Ferrous sulphate is a form of iron, so it’s an […]

Best Landscape Company 2014

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Wow, wow, wow – what a way to start the week. The latest WestSound Home & Garden magazine came in the mail today and guess what? We were voted ‘BEST LANDSCAPE COMPANY’ again! Two years in a row now. Thank you to everyone who has supported us and trusted us with their landscape.  All of you […]

2014 NW Flower & Garden Show

Garden Show

If keeping up with landscaping trends and outdoor spaces is important to you, there’s no better event to go to in the Seattle area than the Northwest Flower & Garden Show.  It’s an annual destination for Colby and I, and what many local garden aficionados consider to be the harbinger of spring’s soon arrival. This […]

HOA Landscape Maintenance

landscape maintenance

We’re excited to have recently signed on another homeowners association to our landscape maintenance client roster, the White Horse Golf Community HOA.  White Horse Golf Course is Kitsap County’s premier course, and we are committed to keeping the neighboring grounds well-groomed and tidy. With the growing season soon upon us, now’s the perfect time to get a […]

Outdoor Seating Area

We’re already longing for afternoons spent lounging outside on an outdoor seating area, book in hand. If you’re dreaming of the perfect outdoor space and this is the year to make it happen, this project will help you visualize. Temperatures may be frigid outside, but it’s never too early to begin planning! For the do-it-yourself crowd, […]

Costa Rica in 7 Photos

For much of the recent holiday break and well into January, Colby and I took some much needed time off to travel, unplug and recharge. There’s no better inspiration for landscapers than turning to nature to see the flora and fauna in another part of the world.  Costa Rica was our main destination; we also […]

‘Tis the Season

garden show

There’s only 5 days ‘til Christmas, but don’t panic.  If you’re in need of a gift for the garden lover in your life, here’s a thoughtfully curated list of gifts that will delight. Tickets to Seattle’s Northwest Flower & Garden Show (pictured above), where landscaping inspiration abounds. Anything from the The Naked Bee line which you can find […]

Backyard Patio & Walkway

concrete patio

This backyard patio and walkway project was completed in October.  The patio features a random stone stamped concrete border and an ashlar slate stamped concrete body.  The ashlar slate stamp was also used for the walkway.  We love stamped concrete projects, and if you keep up with us here on our blog, you already know […]

Poulsbo Farmers Market

poulsbo farmers market

The Poulsbo Farmers Market is going strong until December 21st. It’s a great way to spend a Saturday morning or afternoon with the kids, as it teaches them the value of being connected to the food they eat.  Our niece and nephew had a great time eating crepes, listening to Mino Christante play the violin, […]

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