Making Landscape Dreams Come True Since 1989
xeriscape

Xeriscape for Ft. Worth Landscaping

Xeriscape -- what a fun word! Add it to your vocabulary and add it to your Ft. Worth landscaping plans. Xeriscaping is landscaping that has been designed specifically for yards located in areas that are vulnerable to drought conditions. Coming from the Greek word xeros which means dry, xeriscape translates to dry landscape.

Read More
landscape design budget

Landscape Design on a Budget

Winter doldrums may have you thinking about how you would like to transform your yard this spring.  And with that another thought you may be having is, ‘How will I afford redoing my yard?”  Landscape design does not have to break the bank.  With a bit of ingenuity and a little inspired thinking you can create a lovely yard that will make you proud.

Read More
succulents

Tips for Growing Succulents Indoors

Yes, those sweet little succulents are all the rage these days. So many cute varieties to choose from and they are notorious impulse purchases as you wonder through gardening departments. Because of their sun requirements they don’t always make the best houseplants, but with a little love and good care you can very successfully grow succulents indoors.

Read More
compost and mulch

Compost and Mulch: Secrets and Tips

Most every gardener knows that mulch is spread on the soil around plants, but beginner gardeners aren’t sure why and many can be confused about the difference between compost and mulch. Let’s talk about some secrets and tips concerning both compost and mulch.

Read More
retaining wall

What to Consider When Planning a Retaining Wall

If you have been thinking about building a retaining wall on your property there are many considerations for the project. While most retaining walls are created to correct erosion or drainage issues they can also be designed to enhance your property. Whatever your goals, think about these steps before bringing in the backhoe...

Read More
spring garden

Planning Your Spring Garden

It may seem counter intuitive, but as we head into the cooler seasons, it’s the time to start thinking about planning your spring garden. It’s the best time to dream, plan, research and begin the ground work...

Read More