Lisa's Landscape & Design

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Category Archives: Perennial plants

Yes, We Have No Banana’s!

You’re not in Kansas anymore baby-doll, this terrain isn’t for the weak or the weary. It’s hot as hell, the only rain we get is all on the same day and the ground parts that aren’t rock are clay and/or builders dirt (aka, Red Death. There is a reason we don’t have basements here, the …

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Leaf Landscape Supply Austin

What a blast I had at my last trip to Leaf Landscape, which used to be “Emerald Gardens”, for all of you “way back” Austinites. I used to make the trek down south, then sort of forgot about it to be honest. You’d think a landscape designer like myself would be over the whole nursery …

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Weeds Your Head At?

It was a wise person who said that weeds were only misplaced flowers. In most cases however, weeds in your landscape seem to be the antithesis of pleasurable. Something I’ve observed over the years is that with each weedy bed I visited, came an owner of said bed, whose life was filled with weeds as well. If …

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Landscape Design Austin

If you are looking for a residential landscape designer to provide you with a design, installation instruction and education about your landscape, you are in the right place. I am a Landscape Designer, a Master Gardener and native plant specialist/water conservationist who loves the Texas flora. I am in love with what I do and …

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What Plants Do I Choose?!

In a state like Texas with our crazy geography, heat, all the rain or none at all, even the plants themselves are confused, so how could you know where to begin. The truth is, if you are in the Central Texas, Austin or surrounding area, you could call me for a consultation and I could …

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