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July 15, 2022

Your Landscape in the Heat of Summer – Maintenance Dos & Don’ts

Current Climate: Cool Spring Turns to HOT Summer Summer has finally arrived. Characteristics of this current year’s (as well as last several years’) weather have been an extended wet and rainy cool spring and uncharacteristically lower humidity levels. As storm water management, sediment, and erosion control professionals, we have seen increased demand for drainage and grading plans, as well as 

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July 12, 2022

Upcoming Garden Tour Designed by Jay Archer | Rye, NY

Craving a garden tour this summer? We are excited to announce two upcoming garden tours of The Secret Garden of Celestial Happiness, designed by Jay Archer. This property formerly had a rear lawn that was removed and replaced with an ecological landscape featuring a constructed waterfall, stream, a network of stroll paths, and access to the adjacent wetland. Sunday July 

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July 12, 2022

Our Best Backyard Landscape Designs in Westchester County, NY!

Summer is here and outside is where we want to be! Many of our clients hire us to improve their outdoor living environment – aesthetically, ecologically, and functionally. Whether that translates into a new patio or entertaining area, solving a soggy yard problem, and/or revitalizing the planting, is determined through an on-site consultation and subsequent Landscape Design Master Plan. We’ve 

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June 24, 2022

Ecological Landscaping News Round Up | Spring 2022

Environmentally conscious gardening — what we in the industry call Ecological Landscaping — is making splashes in mainstream media (hooray!). As spring thaws to summer, and extreme, climate change-driven weather plagues us month after month, more people are starting to look to responsible land stewardship. How can we use our own plots of land to right decades of disturbance and 

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June 22, 2022

Front Yard, Hillside, Permaculture Landscape Design | Westchester County, NY

When you dream of your ideal landscape, does it include edibles? Vegetables, herbs, fruiting trees and shrubs – there are many options when designing and edible landscape and it doesn’t have to be separate from the rest of your landscape! If this is music to your ears, you might be interested in a permaculture landscape design! This case study in 

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