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Many palm trees are slow growers, but the King Palm Tree can help fill in an area quickly, and is a positive feature in city and urban areas that need less tree replacement and more consistent growth.
While watering the lawn seems like a straightforward task, it’s actually easy to make mistakes that can hurt the grass. Ensure that your grass is getting the right amount of water in the right way.
Considered a rhizomatous herb that flowers in April or May, this plant is a lovely addition to a shaded woodland garden or landscape. As a spring bloomer, it will grow into large colonies that will make a stronger impact in the landscape.
Pruning can be very good for a shrub or tree if done properly, and late February is a smart time to prune if you are past the worst of cold temperatures in your region and before the trees or shrubs start their spring explosion of growth.
Spruces are well-loved as strong statements in the landscape that come in many shapes and sizes. Here are three spruce tree varieties to consider; Black Spruce, Norway Spruce, and White Spruce.
Creating clever landscape fix-ups doesn't have to involve a high budget construction build; it can start with a simple clean up and a few appropriately chosen perennials and shrubs.
When designing a garden, it is important to note the differences between a pergola, trellis, and arbor; they all serve different purposes in the garden that can be immensely beneficial for the homeowner.
Bamboo can make a delightful choice for your garden that will add an element of height and beauty. Which bamboo is for you?
Landscaping a garden on a hillside or as it connects to a hillside can be a huge challenge. Here are a few ideas for hill stabilization from iScape.
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Though it can be rather difficult to bring your landscape ideas to life without the help of the right professionals, iScape’s Hire-A-Designer program can match you up with the perfect landscape professional that will realize your dreams.
The perfect landscape inspiration may be hard to find if you’re not looking in the right places, but it’s worth the search for your own vision board. Here’s a list of several boards for you to check out!
If you would like to improve your curb appeal, start with a few simple upgrades that will help your home truly shine in your neighborhood.
An increasing consideration for landscape design involves therapeutic landscape architecture where the designer specifically solves problems in the garden and works to create a more healing and healthful atmosphere in doing so.
A remarkable tree that heralds warm days and new possibilities, find this tree on iScape and design with it to create a beautifully styled landscape.
Having landscape help from iScape can make your garden projects so much easier and more effective, from planning out your yard to weeding your flower beds.
Commit to creating a calm and restful landscape in the place you call home, and design with ease. Only with iScape.
Now, more than ever, it is important to incorporate edible plants into the landscape as a way to encourage every day Americans to find food at a reasonable cost.
Don't think your yard has potential? Think again. With iScape, you can save both time and money if only to unlock the full potential of your yard. Check it out!
Creating an outdoor entertaining area has become more than just building a “pretty garden”, but more of a health necessity.
This ornamental edible plant for the landscape can be a long-lived tree for your landscape and provide a fun holiday treat.
No matter your concern, an iScape designer can envision and collaborate with you in order to create the best plan for the specific outdoor space you have.
A welcomed development in these most trying of times has been the popularity boom of gardening. And it's good for your well-being!
Here are the top 5 ideas that one can use to construct amazing landscape designs.
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