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Garden Design Newsletter

Garden Design Newsletter

Welcome, September! Does the rapidly approaching end to summer give you the blues, or are you ready for fall? I, for one, am looking forward to fall. The cooler temperatures will be a welcome relief not only for us, but for our plants too! Plus, it's a great time to...

Small Garden, Big Potential

Small Garden, Big Potential

Do you need help realizing the full potential of a small garden? Or do you have smaller areas within a larger landscape that could use some attention? This week, discover plants that are just the right size and get great design tips to inspire you to create...

Garden Design Newsletter for July

Garden Design Newsletter for July

This week, make your life a bit better with easy-care shrubs and trees, boost your mood with fragrant flowers, and freshen your indoor spaces with a houseplant that virtually anyone can grow. Plus, learn a great method of narrowing your plant choices...

How to Make the Most of a Tiny Yard

How to Make the Most of a Tiny Yard

When you have a small yard, it’s important to be intentional with your space to maximize every ounce of it. With a bit of planning and creativity, your tiny yard can feel just as grand as a larger one. Check out these space-saving tips from a  Lafayette landscape...

Celebrate Summer Light in the Garden

Celebrate Summer Light in the Garden

Summer gardens are filled with long days of light, flowers blooming, and of course, heat—so why not make the most of it! Use the suggestions, tips, and guides below to find the perfect summer-loving plants and design your own colorful summer landscape. Plus, get...

Summer Flowers A-Z

Summer Flowers A-Z

Are you looking for Alamo landscaping? This week, let's welcome summer with flowers and fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes and herbs. Or if you prefer, get your hands dirty and create a tropical getaway or pollinator hangout right in your own backyard. Grab a cool drink...

Summer Gardens for Day or Night

Summer Gardens for Day or Night

You know summer is coming when you see hydrangeas starting to appear in garden centers, strawberries beginning to ripen, the weather warming up enough to enjoy being outside at night, and (unfortunately) garden pests returning. If any—or all—of that...