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A Project of Firsts

A Project of Firsts

We wrapped up this landscaping project in the nick of time. On the very day we closed for our holiday break, we completed our final tasks on this landscape designed by Landscape Designer and CPH, Megan Pulkkinen. We defined the edges between the beds and gravel...

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A Modern Northwest Cottage Garden

A Modern Northwest Cottage Garden

This Modern Northwest Cottage Garden in Sequim was designed by landscape architect Emily Russell. Sequim is not an area that we typically service due to the commute and unpredictable bridge openings. If this project had come to us any other way than through our good...

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Working in times of COVID-19

Working in times of COVID-19

Being a landscaping company in Kitsap County - where COVID cases are relatively low - it's fairly easy to work safely. Of course, there are guidelines put forth by the Governor's office specifically defining what it means to work safely. Colby and I are rule followers...

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A message from Colby regarding COVID-19

A message from Colby regarding COVID-19

I hope all of you are doing well right now despite these very strange times.  It’s easy to get lost in the panic and fear – both warranted emotions.  Some of you are concerned about pre-existing conditions that may not interact well with this virus, in the still - at...

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2009 – 2019 Celebrating 10 Years in Business!

2009 – 2019 Celebrating 10 Years in Business!

The end of this decade marks the end of our first decade in business. That’s right. 10 WHOLE YEARS in business. As the saying goes, time flies. I can still remember the rush I’d get from early successes, like landing our first apartment complex to maintain (the...

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Outdoor Seating Area

Outdoor Seating Area

It's only February, but 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...

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Irrigation Blowout

Irrigation Blowout

The leaves may have only begun to turn in color, yet frost is on its way and it's time to schedule an irrigation blowout! While our winters are typically mild, we often experience cold weather conditions marked by below freezing temperatures. During periods of...

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Our story in the Kitsap Sun

Our story in the Kitsap Sun

Every person, every place, every business has a story. We haven't yet shared our story in writing, in part because it's still unfolding. As we approach the ten-year mark of our doors being open for business, it's time for us to look back, look inward, and do the work...

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Elite Crete Interior Concrete

Elite Crete Interior Concrete

It’s been a very, very busy 3 months since our last blog post in July. On a personal level, we’re moving house! We’re feeling stretched to the max, getting our new space ready while still minding the details involved with taking care of our clients, yet we’re...

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Brown Spots in Lawn

Brown Spots in Lawn

Wondering what's up with the brown spots in your lawn? Even if your lawn has irrigation, it’s common to see brown spots this time of year. They occur for a number of reasons. Here are some examples we’ve encountered at maintenance clients' sites over these hot and...

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Our Backyard Refuge

Our Backyard Refuge

Colby and I have been living in our home together since fall of 2010, about a year before we got married. It’s almost embarrassing to admit that we - two people who own a landscaping company - just finished landscaping around our home last month. I use the word...

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Community Service Day

Community Service Day

This was our second time volunteering our time and labor at Chico Salmon Park in Bremerton. Just like last year, we had a great time! An added bonus was being fed homemade cookies made by one of the park's regular volunteers. We constructed a small split rail fence,...

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2016: Our Year in Photos

2016: Our Year in Photos

2016 was a very good year for us thanks to our clients, our skilled and growing team, and an improved economy. As the year comes to an end, we’re feeling a little nostalgic about all the great moments that marked 2016, and want to share some of them them here with...

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Decorative Concrete in Kingston

Decorative Concrete in Kingston

Decorative concrete is a popular choice among homeowners who want to add a functional yet aesthetic element to their landscaping. Concrete is versatile, durable and affordable in comparison to pavers or flagstone. We offer our clients an array of stamped textures and...

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3 Go-To Garden Products

3 Go-To Garden Products

Spring is here, marking the beginning of gardening-friendly Pacific Northwest weather. In our April newsletter, we highlighted three of our favorite garden products to kick start your garden as we head into the growing season. Here, we’ll dive a little deeper to tell...

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UW Pro Master Pruning Series

The ability to correctly prune shrubs and decorative trees at the right time of year is a landscape maintenance practice that distinguishes the skilled from the unskilled, the professional with a pair of hand pruners from the hack with a set of shears. The desire for...

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Featured in Green Industry Pros magazine

Featured in Green Industry Pros magazine

National landscaping industry publication Green Industry Pros recently featured us as a “Landscape Industry Hidden Gem” for 2015. See the cover below.     Only 20 companies throughout the nation made the list for “outpacing industry growth by focusing on...

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4 Benefits of an Automatic Irrigation System

4 Benefits of an Automatic Irrigation System

Many homeowners relish the idea of reducing the time it takes to maintain their landscape, and an automatic irrigation system can definitely help in this endeavor. One of the most time-consuming aspects of maintaining a healthy landscape is having to water it by hand....

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To Rake, or Not to Rake?

To Rake, or Not to Rake?

There's a great leaf debate happening. One side says that fallen leaves left alone become important habitat for butterflies, salamanders, earthworms and other creatures that are important to our ecosystem. The other side makes the case that matted leaves shade and...

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LID Certification

LID Certification

Congratulations to Colby for completing Low Impact Development (LID) training and receiving this certificate from WSU! The WSU Extension Low Impact Development (LID) Certificate program is the first LID certificate program of its kind in Washington State. The...

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5 Tropical Plants for Zone 8

5 Tropical Plants for Zone 8

We declared on Facebook that this is the year we break out of our comfort zone and plant tropical plants. Over the weekend, we did something we had not done in years: we took a trip to the library. I returned home with George Little and David Lewis’ gem of a book A...

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3 Durable Retaining Wall Materials

3 Durable Retaining Wall Materials

There are many retaining wall materials on the market and the material you choose to construct yours will affect its durability, longevity and appearance. While some retaining walls are installed purely for decorative purposes, most play an important role in the...

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I have been thrilled with the customized attention I receive from NW Construction & Landscape. I have a somewhat crazy garden and they’ve been great about accommodating my requests! They’ve also been very responsive to my special project ideas and I would highly recommend them for any project, from landscape creation and maintenance to adding to your driveway.

— Kelly T.

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