August 24, 2020

Lawnscaping Versus Ecological Landscaping | Westchester & Fairfield County

The majority of landscaping in the United States is really just lawn care. There are approximately 40 million acres of lawn in the lower 48 states alone, accounting for 1.2% of the continental land mass. What do we achieve from such colossal acreage? Well, lawns are the largest irrigated crop in the US, and Americans apply a staggering 80 million 

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July 31, 2020

Creating Bird and Pollinator Habitat at Home with Native Plants | Westchester & Fairfield County

This is Part Two in our series Where Have All the Birds, Bees and Butterflies Gone?  Catch up on Part One where we discuss the staggering population losses in recent history and the main causes – urbanization, habitat destruction, and exposure to toxic pesticides. Below we’ve compiled our tips for creating bird habitat for native and migrating birds as well 

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June 8, 2020

Natural, Organic Landscaping | Fairfield & Westchester County

Much has changed within the landscape industry in recent history.  What began as a fascination with exotic plants and a design style that emphasized control and artificial perfection in the landscape is now seeing a tide change toward natural and organic landscaping. Learn more about our Ecological Landscape Design  and Organic Maintenance services.  Groups like the Ecological Landscape Alliance, the Northeast 

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April 12, 2020

Environmentally-Friendly Landscape Design & Organic Lawn | Mamaroneck, NY

What are the dominant characteristics of your landscape? Do you have mature trees to accentuate, or a sunny area to take advantage of? What is your preference in terms of landscape styles, color etc.? I suggest you use Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and any other sources for ideas and particular images you like. In addition, a very important layer and consideration 

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April 4, 2020

Landscape Construction, Irrigation Repair & Water Main Utility Replacement | Mamaroneck, NY

Even with the best laid plans, you can never anticipate everything. However, due diligence and following a well developed ritual of site analysis translates into a proper punch list for budgeting. In this case, as part of the initial site analysis, irrigation for future planting was considered.  By using a flow meter to determine delivery of gallons per minute/flow, we 

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