1. Five Tips to Protect Your Trees & Plants from Cooler Temperatures

    Cooler temperatures have finally arrived in Arizona. The weather forecast for the next few months includes some very cool nights; which might include frost.  Your landscaping is a critical home investment and it is important you take steps to protect it.  Tropical plant varieties that are not used to cold weather are the most likely to be damaged and need protection.  Trees that are susceptible include pygmy date palms and young citrus.   Plants and shrub material like Bougainvillea, Hibiscus, Natal Plum, Cape Honeysuckle and the Red Bird of Paradise need extra care.  Also, if your plant…Read More

  2. Four Landscaping Mistakes that Should Always be Avoided

    For a landscaper in Phoenix, looking at a bare backyard is akin to a painter looking at a new, untouched canvas; the possibilities are endless. But before we dive into the project, we try to reign in our creative drive just a tad, as we know that there are pitfalls that every landscape designer can fall into if not careful. These mistakes can lead to issues that make your outside space less enjoyable or functional. And though we also try to take into account every design and layout wish of our client, we try to make it understood that Phoenix's soil and climate do present certain landscaping c…Read More

  3. Top 5 Drought-Tolerant Plants for Phoenix

    With a good portion of the Western US either in a record drought, or worried about spreading drought and water shortages, it is imperative to the future of our desert community that we seriously concern ourselves with water conservation. Living in an area that only receives approximately 8 inches of rain a year, makes every drop of moisture count. As the premier landscaping design company in Phoenix, we make water conservation a priority when designing and building our trademark landscapes. We understand the dire need for keeping outdoor water usage to a minimum, and strive to use drought-resi…Read More