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With summer in full swing, there’s no better time to start the process of transforming your outdoor living space that reflects your lifestyle needs. Extend the beauty from the interior of your home into the outside, where your landscape can not only complete your home’s cohesion, but
Landscaping is a personal, multi-purposeful way to beautify and add character to any space. These spaces include the importance that plants play, most importantly, trees. A tree is one of the most distinctive additions to any landscape, aiding the landscape in coming together or closing in gaps. While trees are an exceptional way to add charm, caring for them feels as if it is their own job.
Historically, there are some things that just go together perfectly. Peanut butter and jelly, wine and cheese, or milkshakes and french fries are just a few. (If you haven’t tried french fries in your milkshake, don’t knock it till you’ve tried it!)
Late Show host and comedian Stephen Colbert once joked that he’s never filled out a birthday card anywhere but the bathroom stall of the birthday dinner restaurant. Still, he’s ahead of many of us who frequently send “Happy Belated” cards. But today’s blog isn’t about birthdays; it’s about trees.
April is already over, and though we’re generally a little shorter on showers than the rest of the US, we have plenty of May flowers! But where do you hang out to enjoy them – the patio, the lanai, the deck?
M1 lives in and serves Southern California, the land of the sun and stars! And when it comes to your gardens, there are no bigger divas than your flowers. They light up your landscape and bring joy to your home.
Living in LA, you know the score. You get lots of sunlight and beautiful weather, but though water surrounds you, you can’t get any useful for watering your plants. So if you’re a homeowner with a yard, watering your gardens, trees, and lawns is necessary.
We live in an area that’s never too far from water (traffic notwithstanding) but rarely receives precipitation. So it’s no surprise that we’ve had to become creative with our landscaping solutions in Orange County, LA County, Inland Empire, and the surrounding areas. Among those solutions, due mainly to its most visible usage, one oft-misunderstood method is the walls we use to prevent erosion.
As we March into Spring, we’re reminded how privileged we are to live in Southern California. Other than the occasional earthquake or two, the weather is always beautiful here. But though we don’t have the traditional American four-season year, we still need to contend with nature’s cycles.
Southern California is a beautiful place with beautiful yards hospitable to many beautiful plants. Although perhaps most famous for palm trees and the oranges of our county’s namesake, they’re hardly a representative sample of all you can do with your land here.