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November 20, 2015

Georgia O’Keefe: Abiquiu, NM- RJD Installation

Georgia O’Keeffe’s idea of a home is centered around the visual aesthetic of light and sense of space. Where we live reflects our interests, order (or disorder), and creations of comfort. The space we define displays an individual’s character and priorities. If Georgia O’Keeffe taught us anything, it is this… live your own life, in everything you do […]

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November 4, 2015

It’s Bulb Planting Time!

It’s bulb planting time! We are scheduling bulb transplants now through December. We have put together a selection of our favorite bulbs, please scroll down to see all of the beautiful choices. If you have any special requests, colors, or varieties we will be happy to accommodate. Fall is a great time for transplanting, we can include […]

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March 14, 2015

Shaping the Earth

The first step of renovating a garden is shaping the earth.  Whether you want a wetland, or grassy garden, the way the earth is shaped effects drainage, water flow and retention. The shape of your driveway entrance, a stone patio, or fireplace built into a hillside create focal points and extenuate special areas of your garden.     […]

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February 28, 2015

Why have a CAD plan?

We create Computer Aided Design (CAD) plans when renovating and designing new or existing spaces. This provides a visual representation of where plants, a new patio, stepping stones, or a driveway will be placed and its relation to existing structures or features.  A CAD plan is uniquely created for each project. A CAD plan is a […]

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February 23, 2015

Westport Point Church Memorial

Having a special gathering? Consider adding a few flower arrangements to brighten your ceremony! Below is a gallery of arrangements we created for a memorial service, and photos from the creative process. These arrangements featured flowers like the Lemon Palm Garden Rose, Belles of Ireland, as well as Red and Green Amaranth. A beautiful flower arrangement softens and […]

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