Your Landscape is a GROWING Investment

Your lawn and landscape are more than just an aesthetic addition to your property. In fact, your landscape is a significant contributor to the value of your home, and the resources you invest in the enhancement and maintenance of your property benefit you both now and in the future.

Enhancing Curb Appeal

First impressions matter, and your landscape is often the first thing that visitors see when they approach your home. It’s easy to grow accustomed to how the front of our home looks, and this leads to many front landscapes becoming a bit overgrown or outsized for the space. By replacing entryway landscaping with right-sized plantings, you can have a new look that highlights your home instead of hiding it.


We want you to love your landscape when you pull in the driveway, and refreshing your entryway landscaping is a great solution.

Increasing Home Value

Landscaping is especially beneficial if you are planning to sell your home any time soon. Studies have shown that well-designed and maintained landscaping adds up to 15% to the value of your home. Prospective buyers see patios and outdoor rooms and picture themselves entertaining and relaxing. Buyers see well-maintained landscapes and know that the property as a whole has been cared for.

Creating functional outdoor spaces adds value to your home, and you get to enjoy your investment as it grows!

Improving Energy Efficiency

Did you know that your landscaping can save energy? With proper planning and strategic planting, trees and shrubs can provide cooling shade in the summer and windbreaks that reduce heating costs in the winter. Trees have a cooling effect not only by casting shade but also because water evaporates through their leaves. This process, known as transpiration, cools the surrounding air.

Every living plant on your property adds oxygen and removes carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. By caring for your landscape, you care for the environment, too!

Landscapes bring us visual appeal and create functional outdoor spaces that allow us to entertain and enjoy the outdoors. Landscapes are also a great way to add value to your home. If you want to add some curb appeal and property value this year, contact us to set up a consultation today!


Winter Birds Myth: Birds will freeze to death when temperatures drop far below zero.

Winter Birds Fact: Birds are well equipped to survive the coldest of temperatures. They store fat during the short days of winter to keep themselves warm during the long nights. During those freezing nights, they fluff their feathers to trap heat and slow their metabolism to conserve energy. A bird’s body temperature remains approximately 105 degrees, even in winter.




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