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Have you ever wondered why your lawn turns a dingy brown in the wintertime while your neighbor maintains a lush, green lawn year-round? The answer involves one simple practice, but it’s something that many homeowners neglect in the early fall (generally September 15th through October...

Located in the city of Marrakech, the Jardin Majorelle is one of the most popular tourist sites in Morocco. It was created by French painter Jacques Majorelle, who spent 40 years designing the lush gardens and villa on the property. The garden is also home...

Rental properties are often thought of as a form of passive income, but veteran landlords know better. It takes a lot of work to find and keep great tenants. But with these beautiful and low-maintenance landscaping ideas, you can make your to-do list a bit...

Charleston’s Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is the only garden in the state of South Carolina to have been designated as one of America’s Most Beautiful Gardens by Travel + Leisure Magazine. It’s America’s last large-scale Romantic-style garden and the most visited plantation in Charleston. History of...

Has it been awhile since you’ve had a landscaper get to work on your property? An overgrown lawn and out-of-control weeds can cost you in more ways than one. Not only do you risk annoying your neighbors, but the city of Tucson just might decide...

When it comes to paving your driveway, think past the traditional options of gravel or poured asphalt or concrete. Many homeowners are turning to driveway pavers for a unique look that complements their landscaping and that stands up to the environment. Pavers are available in...

Rising up along Portland’s west side is the lush and green Forest Park. Forest Park encompasses 5,170 acres within the city limits, on top of the Tualatin Mountain Range, and is home to over 110 species if birds and 62 species of mammals. City dwellers...

When you design a commercial landscape for your Tucson office building or retail space, you not only need to think about the aesthetic components of your design, but you should also consider the functionality of it. All types of people may need to visit your...

Dumbarton Oaks is not often the first attraction that comes to tourists’ minds when thinking about places to visit in Washington, D.C. In fact, many people haven’t even heard of this off-the-beaten-path Georgetown estate that offers a distinctive look at Byzantine and Pre-Columbian history in...

The inspiration for your residential or commercial landscape may come from anywhere, including the secluded and peaceful tropical paradise of Hawaii. That’s where you’ll find Na ‘Aina Kai Botanical Gardens & Sculpture Park, which is located on the beautiful island of Kauai. The gardens are...