Category Archives: Garden Tips

Custom Landscape Design of the Week

This custom landscape design incorporates cool natural snapped stone steps with bedding areas. A variety of plants and grasses accent the stones and steps.  This landscape design will not only enhance the beauty of this great property, but also help control erosion.    Our experienced landscape designers will be glad to meet with you to […]

July to-do’s to help your lawn and garden thrive

🌻Be sure your plants have plenty of water. 🌻Stay ahead of weeds. 🌻Replace mulch as needed. 🌻Keep lawns at about 3 inches to protect from summer heat. 🌻Keep bird feeders and baths clean 🌻Keep up on deadheading. 🌻Shear back spent annuals by one-third. 🌻Do a final pinching of fall blooming flowers like mums and asters. […]

Another satisfied customer review

Thank you, Kim, for following up with these beautiful photos from your 2020 landscape installation. We’re so glad you’re enjoying the plants as they mature. We’re sure the hummingbirds, butterflies and bees appreciate them as well!

Check out our Landscape of the Week – July 13, 2021

Here’s another fantastic landscape installed by Full Features Landscape and Garden Center with a 5-Star Review. This fun project includes numerous retaining walls, paver edging, bedding plants, river rock, boulders, and even a pillar around the mailbox. Project designer: Kris Project Installation Foreman: Jon Quality Control Supervisor: Dan July 2021            […]

Japanese Beetles – they’re here! What can you do?

Japanese Beetle life cycle

Japanese Beetles are here!  What can you do?  We have provided information on treatments for Japanese Beetles are the different stages of their life cycle, and how to best treat to rid your plants of these pests.    The Japanese beetle can be a very damaging insect in both the adult and larval stages. [see […]

Seeds of Joy

Starting plants from seeds is a fun and easy way to stretch those gardening dollars. Whether you are interested in annuals, perennials, herbs or vegetables you’ll find a great selection of seeds to start prior to planting out this spring. Of course you can also sow seeds directly into your garden beds. When you consider […]

Houseplant of the Month: Anthuriums

Anthurium Care Family: Araceae Common Name: Flamingo Flower, Tail Flower, Painted Tongue Plant Botanical Name: Anthurium andraeanum Here’s a little secret: the beautiful heart-shaped “flowers” are not flowers! What makes these durable, easy-care houseplants so appealing are red, white, pink, or purple waxy leaves called spathes that flare from the base of the fleshy spike […]