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By writer, Posted in Bergen County Landscape Design Ideas

As a landscape designer who loves plants, one of the biggest challenges I've encountered is developing an interesting, dynamic, deer-resistant planting in the shade. As many homeowners have learned the hard way, most "go to" plants for shade are the deer's favorite food. But having worked on my own property, as well as clients, I've developed a list of plants which the deer definitely will not eat and different design strategies to create dynamic and interesting plantings in this toughest of scenarios.Since... read more.

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By writer, Posted in Landscaping Company in Bergen County

Technology has become a pillar in every industry- and the field of Landscape Design is no exception. In the past few years Computer Aided Design or CAD has transformed the way the green industry approaches realizing a landscape project.    For experienced landscape designers like me, putting down my drafting pencil and picking up a computer mouse was both exciting and daunting. To be sure, the loss of the hand drawn aspect of landscape plans has brought a certain hesitation to all who have conside... read more.

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By writer, Posted in Bergen County Landscape Design Ideas

Installing a rain garden on your property is an excellent way to reduce damaging runoff and improve the water quality of nearby bodies of water in your community. By allowing the ground to soak up storm water, a rain garden is a planted depression that allows rainwater runoff to be collected from impervious surfaces such as roofs, driveways, patio and walkways through the downspout.  Normally, storm water runoff drains down a street and picks up various types of debris including fertilizer and garbage.... read more.

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By writer, Posted in Bergen County Landscape Design Ideas

Establishing a meadow garden in a large, open space on your property will provide you with the benefits of a dynamic, large-scale garden that can be enjoyed from near or far. This feature will provide color and texture throughout the year, habitat for local wildlife, and a great source of cut flowers to bring into the house.  The best meadow gardens are composed of a mix of annuals, creeping perennial plants, self sowing annuals and perennials, biennials, and grasses.  When creating a meadow... read more.

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