A well-designed landscape is a balance: of size, shape, colour and texture. Repeating groups of similar plants throughout the garden creates a sense of continuity and will be more pleasing to your eye.
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Whether planning a small condo patio or a large acreage, a renovation to an inherited space or the blank slate that comes with a new build, planning your garden is paramount.
This is the second in a pair of blog articles on hedge choices for the Okanagan. This article will address non-native options.
There are many alternatives to the ubiquitous water loving cedar hedge. This entry suggests some native plant choices.
Once established, living mulches will provide a maintenance-saving ground cover for years without needing to be ‘topped up’ every spring
Article by Mark Godlewski– OXA is in the process of creating an article on how to go about choosing a landscape company. Even well-established landscape companies face many challenges including uncooperative weather, shortages of experienced personnel, and lack of...