LANDSCAPE PLANT MATERIAL
Planning and installing a new flowerbed or landscape bed is more than about just picking out random plants and placing them around. Proper planning and installation for plants means selecting specimens that are healthy, native or well-adapted to your climate, compliment the other plantings, and is manageable to care for. Being informed about the plants in your landscape garden is essential because most likely they will be there for a long time. The Landscape Plant Material page is here to inform clients about different plants, the care they require, among other information. Please check back regularly as this page will be updated continuously.
Trees provide shade, natural beauty, homes to wildlife, and clean the air.
Annual flowers are important food sources for insects, and contribute to the beauty of a garden.
Vines prove useful where shrubs are not possible, and forms living screens that soften landscapes.
Bulbs help provide beneficial food pollinators early in the growing season, providing beauty as well.
Shrubs improve air quality, reduce storm water runoff, and provide beauty.
Foliage plants can help clean the air and can provide greenery for improvement in overall mood.
Lawn grasses prevent erosion, add visual appeal, and provide and outdoor area for activity.
Fruit trees and plants help filter and clean air, while also providing tasty fruit that is nutritious.
Perennial flowers help reduce soil erosion and crowd out weeds, along with providing beauty.
GroundCovers help fill-in negative landscape spaces, tying all the other elements together.
Ornamental grasses can help with screening and privacy, softening landscapes, and decoration.
Vegetable plants provide essential nutrients that are important to our survival and health.