Lisa's Landscape & Design

Saving the Planet One Yard at a Time

Category Archives: Native and Adapted Trees

How Do I Begin a New Landscape?

The first thing you want to do is decide how you plan to use your land and be sure to create as many living and seating places throughout the space as possible. You can hire a designer, consultant or even go online for inspiration to design and create your own space to enjoy. Whether it …

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Does Your Yard Have Resting Bitch Face?

Subtle changes can make a huge difference in your landscape. Turn bland into grand by accentuating what works, and updating what doesn’t.

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Central Texas Gardener for Life

  For those of you who know me and have followed my blog it is a no brainer that I would be excited to be featured on the local PBS station KLRU for my low water, minimal maintenance, mostly edible garden. I actually fueled my passion for gardening here in Central Texas by watching this …

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Deer Resistant Plants for Austin and Central Texas!

Deer are a big problem for those who live among them. While they may be cute and fun to watch, they can wreak havoc on a landscape. You need to know what plants to use to prevent them from turning your yard into a salad bar. The good news is that there are many “deer …

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Winter Watering Schedule

If you aren’t enjoying the Central Texas winter, wait a minute and it will change. It is no surprise if you live in Austin or the surrounding areas that you may be wearing a sweater one day and shorts the next. While it may be simple for you to add or remove an article of …

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