Monthly Archives: June 2012

So as an update to my earlier post regarding my peach tree that was stripped bare by the urban rats we call squirrels: they did it again. My peach tree had become a weeping peach. The hundreds of golf ball size fruits were burdening the young branches, causing them to peel away like a banana. […]

One thing that is key in designing or arranging your landscaping is achieving a sense of proportion in relation to the house. A lower, longer house will look good with a narrower bed and shorter plantings. A tall house facade naturally wants some height and depth to ground it. A client we worked with built […]