How to Choose a Perfect Freelance Landscape Architect for Your Project

Published: November 10, 2021

Competition is rising and the selection of remote landscape architects is increasing rapidly. In the following article, I want to help all of you who are searching for freelance landscape architects by pointing out what are the most important elements that determine a great designer.

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Benefits and Detriments of Xeriscaping

Published: October 28, 2021

Xeriscape landscaping or short xeriscaping is a sustainable design approach with water-vise principles, drought-tolerant vegetation, and lawn alternatives such as rock, gravel, or mulch.

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What to Keep in Mind Before Hiring a Remote Landscape Architect

Published: July 30, 2021

Every project has its own path and leads to a different conclusion but the common thing for the beginning of all projects is gathering the necessary information.

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Perfect Materials for Slope Garden Walkways

Published: June 21, 2021

To make the sloping garden design cohesive and functional you will need a network of paths that are uniquely developed to fulfill your needs and connect the space. Since choosing a ground surface for a slope walkway can be tricky here are some material ideas to consider and discuss with your builder or contractor.

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Proper Front Yard Design for a Boosting Curb Appeal

Published: March 15, 2021

Creating a good front yard design is important if you want to make a good first impression of your house to a potential buyer or just for your own enjoyment. In the real estate business, they refer to it as curb appeal, a term that implies how good-looking your house and front yard are when overlooked from the street and sidewalk.

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Tips on How to Improve Your Garden During a Lockdown

Published: February 27, 2021

There is something that we all learned during the Covid-19 pandemic and it's that we should appreciate our gardens much more. Modern lifestyle detaches us from nature and all the beautiful things that it brings.

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Why Should You Hire a Freelance Landscape Architect?

Published: January 03, 2021

Among the many reasons why I wanted to become a freelancer, one of the most important is that I wanted to have the opportunity to work on projects all around the world and to be able to express my knowledge and creativity in diverse environments.

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Factors to Consider Before Adding a Pool to Your Property

Published: December 06, 2020

Adding a pool to the backyard requires thorough planning. There are many details that you need to take into account before starting the construction process if you want to make good investment decisions. Here are some of the most important factors that you need to consider before building the perfect garden oasis.

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Child Friendly Plants for Pots, Urns, and Planters

Published: November 15, 2020

Having pots in your garden brings variety, height, and an extra level of interest all year round. This is the easiest way to experiment and move plants around the backyard or patio until you find a perfect spot for it.

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10 Cheap and Easy Ways to Improve Your Garden

Published: October 25, 2020

Do you want to give your garden a makeover without having to spend a lot of money? Try these affordable upgrade suggestions that will make a big difference to the appearance of your garden. Be creative and tailor these ideas to fit your personality and lifestyle.

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What is Landscape Architecture?

Published: October 04, 2020

When I share with people what my profession is, I always get the same reaction ‘Oh that is wonderful, you design gardens’. Well, it is a lot more than just gardens. Landscape architecture is very diverse and complex, so I have decided to dedicate a whole post to this topic, where I would try to explain the essence of landscape architecture by answering simple questions.

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Fraser Photinia - Perfect Evergreen Shrub

Published: September 13, 2020

Fraser photinia is an evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves and fragrant white flowers. One of the most ornamental elements of this plant is new burgundy-red foliage but it also looks spectacular during the blooming period when the small white flowers cover the whole crown.

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Support the Environment

Published: August 23, 2020

The sculpture named 'support' in the center of Venice's Grand Canal represents a dual human nature and its power to either preserve the environment or totally destroy it by continuing to degrade our ecosystems.

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