The National Garden Bureau has named 2022 the Year of the Lilac. There are about 30 different species of lilac, and Full Features carries many of them, including the smaller and reblooming species. Read on for Pro Tips on planting your lilacs and caring for them. 10 Lilac […]
No matter what the weather, there is always something to enjoy out in the garden during the winter months, if we remember to plan for winter interest. Here are a variety of ways to make your garden shine, even in winter. Winter is the ideal time to do some research, learn more about current gardening […]
We just received another 5-Star Review from one of our landscape clients. Thanks for your kind words. It was a pleasure working with you! (We have the best clients!) “It was a pleasure to work with everyone at Full Features. They were very professional, knowledgeable, courteous and helpful. They all made sure the customers’ […]
It may be November, but there is still plenty to do to help your lawn and garden survive this Winter, and be ready to thrive next Spring. Here are some tips from our Pro Staff. Start forcing bulbs like paperwhites, hyacinth and amaryllis for the holidays. Cover compost so that rain doesn’t flood and leach […]
A variety of stone shapes and sizes showcasing beautiful plants and shrubs make this week’s Landscape of the Week project unique, beautiful and functional. The best part is that the client is a satisfied customer for whom we did another project in 2017. We’re glad to have you back, Staci. It is always a pleasure working […]
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 […]
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!