How to Incorporate Steel into the Landscape

In the desert southwest, the use of rusted steel in the landscape has become more and more popular.   The oranges and reds in the rusted metal fit in well to our desert landscape and play off the colors in our surrounding desert landscape. The easiest way to...

Plant a Tree to Celebrate Earth Day

Planting trees is one of the easiest ways to combat climate change and celebrate Earth Day on April 22. Research indicates that a prevalence of trees is linked to safer neighborhoods, less urban heat and increased property values.  In addition, trees produce oxygen to...

The Affect of Oleander Leaf Scorch on Your Landscaping

We have begun to notice that some Phoenix area Oleander’s have contracted a bacterial disease called oleander leaf scorch. This disease is the reason the leaves on these long-lived shrubs are drooping, turning brown and dying. As the disease progresses, more branches...

DIY Projects Gone Wrong

DIY projects can be great, but don’t forget some basic tips to make your landscaping project successful. Don’t plant trees too close to each other, or too close to a pool Do make sure your irrigation systems is properly set up Don’t overloaded...

Bring New Life to an Old Patio

Spring has Sprung and it’s a wonderful time of year to be outdoors in Arizona. Is your patio looking dated? Or have you been considering making some changes but you aren’t sure where to start? Our team can help bring new life to an old patio with a few...

Small Spaces, Big Transformations

McCormick Ranch residents, Scott and Susan wanted to transform their small backyard into unique space for entertaining. The 675 square foot space featured pavers and desert landscaping and they wanted to create a more inviting space that would be great for...
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