Sunday Globe Magazine isÂ featuring one of our recent projects in â€œA Weston familyâ€™s home has a farmlike feel…â€. It was a fun project to build â€“ we loved the chicken coop and the Argentine grill.
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Will My Hydrangeas Bloom This Spring? This winter has been milder than average but this past Valentineâ€™s Day weekend we experienced some of the coldest temperatures in nearly 60 years, air max pas cher pour femme with a low of -10Â°F. nike air max 2016 dames Weâ€™ve all grown accustomed to milder winter temperatures and because of that have broadened our plant pallet to include marginally hardy (zone 6) plants. asics pas cher Last weekendâ€™s arctic blast was a zone 5 freeze and will most likely have caused significant plant dieback. Soldes Asics 2017 Weâ€™ll be hard-pruning many plants this spring and may need to replace others.
The lack of rain this fall has significantly depleted evergreen plant reserves of moisture which they need, to get them through the winter months. We can protect them with an anti-transpirant spray which will help prevent them from losing any additional water. Let us know if youâ€™d like to be added to our spray list.
If you havenâ€™t already done so, this is a reminder to bring your houseplants in before Saturday night â€“ the forecast is calling for frost. Itâ€™s been such a great summer â€“ sorry to see it end.
Recently completed outdoor living area including fireplace with comfortable seating. Kitchen and grilling area including Argentine grill on one side and bar on the other. Chicken coop and raised vegetable garden on the backside of stone walls.
Design by:Â Horiuchi Solien Landscape Architects
Photos by: Rosemary Fletcher Photography
This is where the foremen congregate each morning and get their marching orders for the day. I enjoy a moment of peace and quiet after theyâ€™ve left!
We planted a grove of Japanese maples and underplanted them with Pennsylvania Sedge at the recently completed 20thÂ floor rooftop garden of the Viridian apartment complex in Boston. The views from the 20thÂ and 15thÂ floor rooftop decks are spectacular and so is the building.
Design by: Bruner/Cott & Associates
Photo by: Rosemary Fletcher Photography
It’s been an extremely dry spring and your plants and lawns are most likely in desperate need of water. Here’s a reminder and our Watering Recommendations for new and established plants and lawns. So get watering!