Lisa's Landscape & Design

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Category Archives: Native and Adapted Plants

Online Landscape Design!

Looking for a personalized Landscape Design at the touch of your fingers? I may have a solution for you.

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“Everybody Needs a Piece of The Lisa!”

Step by step instructions to a successful landscape.

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Consult Before Construction!

Do you know that most Landscape companies are large firms with lots of overhead, a few highly qualified people who make a small talent pool with lots of so, so qualified labor? The up side, they carry insurance and lots of it. If you use them, ask for it and you want $1,000,000,000, in coverage …

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Creating a Sun Chart for Your Landscape

Texas sun, is not like other sun. Yes, I know it is the same one…but I have traveled all over the country and lived here for 35 years and I’m telling you, Texas has a special kind of sun conditions for people and plants. Much like the desert heat, we get intensely long days with …

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Cotoneaster, Say it 3 Times Fast!

Cotoneaster, ( pronounced, “ca-tony-aster” ) is one of the most underused, awesome shrubs plants in Central Texas in my opinion. I love this funky shrub because it just goes wherever the hell it wants to. And while you can find this jewel from carpet/mounding to upright like this guy, they can be difficult to find …

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