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We grow plants that love our warm summer, our mild winters and that look great all year. They are fantastic additions to our flower beds, and we love the emphasis they give to our porches, mailboxes, flower beds, and backyards. Look for these plants each season: Seasonal Flower Guide Source: azalea, daffodil, forsythia mandevilla, dogwood, wisteria, bearded iris (pictured), peony summer: hydrangea, hemocalle, gardenia , crinum, lantana, myrtle pancake, impatiens, zinnia thought, aster, sugar maple, beautyberry, lily ginger sasanqua camellia, holly, autumn crocus, mum Winter: winterberry, Colorado blue spruce, amaryllis , cherry rose, rosemary, magnolia saucer, quince in bloom, crocus CES Landscape Services has provided lawn and landscape service to the Fox Valley area for 10 years.

Start by creating a lightly elevated grass island in the center of the road. Then add a low hedge of boxwood to the back of the island with roses, annuals and perennials rising above the hedge at the front. Mix a variety of colors, textures and heights for a stunning look. Try pink 'Crystal Fairy' for height, lamb ears for texture and pentas 'Butterfly Deep Rose' for color. When we talk about a resilient plant, that's what we think about. Crinums laugh in drought, do not need fertilizer, and greet the hot, humid summer with lily flowers that scent the air. Because they become big bulbs over time, they are virtually indestructible.

Factors influencing the choice of materials include architectural and landscape features, costs, and sustainability. When selecting hardscape material, consider the principles of unity, rhythm, emphasis and repetition. If possible, repeat the materials and colors already used on the house. This achieves a major goal of good landscape design: to establish a visual relationship between the house and the site. Use construction materials that blend well with the local natural environment and relate to the home.

Just as you should plant grass that is specific to your area, choose native plants for less maintenance. By choosing native or growing plants in a specific area or area, it will reduce the price of water and ponding, and the plants will thrive. Choose a varied range of plants that bloom at different times so that the ornamental leaves are visible throughout the season. If all the flowers bloom at the same time, they will look attractive during this time but will lack color the rest of the year. Try to use a perennial plant like Rozanne Geranium because it blooms from June to October. Have children? Or pets?

We recognize that the more a person goes through transition spaces from a completely closed environment to a fully open environment, the more the experience becomes transparent and connected. Addressing the hierarchy, or order, of space and scale is also important. More precisely, land use can be determined by the scale of a space. Roads, for example, have a defined hierarchy. All lanes can be of standard size (large enough to accommodate a vehicle), but the streets are designed to accommodate a certain volume of traffic. As such, a level 1 road such as a highway may have four lanes in each direction.

Gardening expert Carson Arthur shows you how to make simple and cute labels for your plants.

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