Outdoor Spaces: Hiring a Professional Part One — Surveyors, Architects and Landscape Designers

PLS, ICPI, CPLD, AIA, ISA, NCMA, KNLA — what do all of these post nominals mean for you and your outdoor space? No matter the acronym or stamp, they mean […]

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House Plans Make the Landscape

You might wonder what selecting a house plan or having house plans drawn has to do with landscape — and it’s everything! Dreaming about your new home or structure and […]

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Budgeting for Your Outdoor Space

When you buy a home, you give your realtor a budget.  When you design and build a home, you give your architect and builder a budget. Your outdoor space is […]

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Warm Up!: Fire Features Perfect for Gathering

Cool weather is setting in, making the perfect setting for a night by the fire. Fire is a primordial desire and creates serenity and coziness to an outdoor space. There […]

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Practical Ways to Transform for Curb Appeal: A Local Case Study

First impressions are lasting impressions. Enhancing curb appeal creates an inviting entrance to your home everyone can marvel at, including potential homebuyers if you are looking to sell. Not all […]

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From Human-made to Second Nature

Unlike other parts of the country, in the Bluegrass when we think of stone in the landscape we immediately envision the limestone walls that line our country roads and pastures. […]

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Pivoting Through a Pandemic

This is not a doomsday article, or an alert for our customers to worry. This is us being transparent and extending to you some honesty about how the pandemic has […]

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Callery Pear, Let’s Take Out the Trash

Mother Nature announces early spring with the site of daffodils, the sound of robins, and the smell of rotting fish carcasses. Wait, what? Yes, those early blooming trees that provide […]

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