Lawn and Landscape Edging Trends

Posted On: August 13, 2019

Today’s Trendiest Edging Options So, what are these trendy edging materials we keep mentioning? Below are a few of our favorite trendy lawn edging materials. Metal edging. At first, metal edging sounds a bit boring, but it doesn’t have to be just a sheet of metal (even though that’s one of the strongest options!). Metal…

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Xeriscaping: Conserve Water While Maintaining a Lush Landscape

Posted On: January 2, 2014

The question is, what can homeowners do to soften the blow to their budgets while at the same time adding beauty to their properties and increasing the value of their homes? “Xeriscaping in San Diego doesn’t have to mean a ‘desert’ look,” said Bethany McDonnell, senior landscape designer at Eco Minded Solutions. “One of the…

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The Five Tenets of Eco Landscaping

Posted On: March 3, 2011

1. Conserve Water There are many ways that you can reduce your outdoor water use, including use of: Professional irrigation assessments Drip or another type of irrigation system Rain barrels or cisterns Native plants Fescue grass or artificial turf 2. Limit Use of Chemical Fertilizers Eco landscape professionals avoid use of harsh chemical fertilizers that do…

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Landscape Renovation Ideas for Spring

Posted On: February 22, 2011

Landscape Renovations for Spring What landscape architecture is going to look best, cost the least over time, and low-maintenance? Boy, do we have an answer for you and it starts with Xeriscape! This is, without a doubt, a smart landscaping choice during a drought – perfect for California. You can even do hardscape patio construction…

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