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Featured Image for Post: Using Landscape Steps to Connect Your Yard

May 20, 2018

Using Landscape Steps to Connect Your Yard

If you’re investing in your property’s landscape to help improve its curb appeal and its overall function, then one type of feature that you will most likely need to implement is a walkway. In fact, depending on the size of your property, you may want to have several walkways that wind through your landscape.

Featured Image for Post: Is Your HOA Property Stagnant?

May 10, 2018

Is Your HOA Property Stagnant?

When it comes to running an HOA property in Ann Arbor, appearances matter. The first impression you leave on potential residents will impact their decision to move into the neighborhood. This means that a lackluster curb appeal could make them think twice. If you’re unable to put any care into your HOA properties, how will […]

Featured Image for Post: Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

May 7, 2018

Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

There’s a good chance that you didn’t do much in the way of landscaping over the winter. There’s really not much you can do, especially if it’s snowing. However, once the snow begins to melt away and the temperatures begin going back up, you’re likely going to want to get your landscape back in shape […]

Featured Image for Post: Project Spotlight: Patio Beneath Deck

May 1, 2018

Project Spotlight: Patio Beneath Deck

Most Michiganders like to head outside when weather allows. But an insufficient patio space can put a damper on plans to enjoy outdoor living. That’s why these homeowners turned to the team at Twin Oaks landscape to create an updated paver patio space for their home in the Huron Farms subdivision in Dexter Michigan.

Featured Image for Post: Overgrown Bushes: Replace or Rejuvenate?

April 30, 2018

Overgrown Bushes: Replace or Rejuvenate?

While it’s tempting to just start over, pruning may be the best option for your overgrown landscaping It’s tempting to look over a bed of overgrown plants and bushes and say “let’s just start over!” The grasses have decided they belong in the hedges and the evergreens are all brown underneath.

Featured Image for Post: The Biggest Trees In Ann Arbor

April 22, 2018

The Biggest Trees In Ann Arbor

Have you ever seen an aerial photo of your neighborhood or flown directly overhead? One of the most common reactions people have to seeing familiar streets from above is a surprise at how many trees there are. Especially when the canopy of the maples, oaks, and elms are at their summertime peak, your neighborhood is […]

Featured Image for Post: Hire an Expert For Your Drainage Problems

April 20, 2018

Hire an Expert For Your Drainage Problems

Does a stream form in your yard every time it rains? Then you probably have a drainage problem. You want to fix any drainage issues you have as soon as possible. And while you may have already figured that out yourself, that doesn’t mean correcting the problem is DIY. Depending on the complexity of your […]

Featured Image for Post: Commercial Property Challenges Solved

April 16, 2018

Commercial Property Challenges Solved

  Most commercial property managers will eventually admit that sometimes the landscaping around the building is the last of their concerns. When the lawn mowing comes up against health and safety concerns, probably the grass is just going to get a little long.

Featured Image for Post: 5 Ways to Trim Your HOA Landscaping Budget

April 11, 2018

5 Ways to Trim Your HOA Landscaping Budget

Home Owners Associations often find themselves stuck between landscaping costs and benefits. It may be tempting to cut landscaping corners, but skipping maintenance or upkeep isn’t a great way to save money.

Featured Image for Post: Going Native: Using Native Plants in Your Landscape

April 8, 2018

Going Native: Using Native Plants in Your Landscape

Deciding on the design and structure of an outdoor landscape can be one of the most challenging, but also most important, decisions you can make for your residential or commercial property. Choosing the best elements to fill your landscape can have lasting social, ecological, and economic benefits that improve life for everyone around.