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The Gardens of Versailles

King Louis XIV of France moved his court and the political seat of the country to Versailles in 1682. During his reign, King Louis transformed the property into a magnificent palace, adding hundreds of rooms and transforming the grounds into one of the most recognized...

Planning Your Newly Built Home’s Landscape Design

It is important to design the landscaping for your new home as soon as possible. Following the building process, your yard may look broken-down and ugly, and this can affect how you look at your beautiful new house. Planning out your landscape will make your...

The Bloedel Reserve

Located on Bainbridge Island, WA, the Bloedel Reserve is a 150-acre nature preserve created by Prentice and Virginia Bloedel with the intention of bringing the beauty and essence of the Japanese garden to America. In addition to the Reserve’s Japanese and Zen gardens, the property...

Incorporating a Fire Pit into Your Landscaping

With fall and winter on the horizon in Tucson, people will start lighting up their fire pits and having a great time with friends and family. If you have ever thought about incorporating a beautiful fire pit with your landscaping, then continue reading for a...

Master of the Nets Garden

The country of China is known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and stunning gardens. Among the finest Chinese gardens ever designed is the Master of the Nets Garden, located in the city of Suzhou. A recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Master of the...