Lisa's Landscape & Design

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Tag Archives: plant selection

The Guaranteed Gardener!

Now that I have your attention, I’m about to blow your mind with a some great tips for saving money and succeeding in your landscape. Guarantee is a word some landscape companies throw around to incentivize you to feel comforted by the fact that no matter what happens to your new plants, they’re going to …

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Lisa’s List of Services

Educational Landscape Consultations: Here is an area of some confusion and I want to be very clear..EVERYONE WHO OWNS A HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE OF THESE! An educational consultation with a trained, educated professional is an opportunity for you to discuss landscape problems, organic gardening, tree, shrub and plant care, veggie and fruit tree care and …

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Pride of Barbados (Caesalpinia pulcherrima )

This is another one of those plants that has probably stopped you in traffic. It is a spectacular full sun perennial specimen plant and there is no wonder that this is a the Barbados National Flower. Pride of Barbados Pride of Barbados reaches heights of up to 8′ and about as wide, although this happens …

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Xeriscape Garden’s “Avery Ranch Garden Tour”

This past weekend a friend of mine Bob Beyer hosted the Avery Ranch Garden tour of homes (Not open to the public though it would be cool to do so) where 10 homes (mine being one of them) were featured to focus on the recent changes in the HOA guidelines.  Avery Ranch HOA created a “Variance” that now allows …

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Natural Therapy

It is always so satisfying to me at the end of a long day to just stroll through the garden to see what Mother Nature has gifted to me. I have yet to be disappointed.  I think one of the saddest parts of society today is that we have gotten so far from Nature.  People are in …

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