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Plants in the Tulsa Landscape - Using the USDA Plant Hardiness Map

Posted by Katie Stoever on Mon, Apr 23, 2012 @ 03:04 PM

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Topics: Landscape Materials, landscape plants, oklahoma plant

Hunter Pro-C Controller - How to program my Irrigation Controller!

Posted by Katie Stoever on Mon, Apr 16, 2012 @ 03:52 PM

Sprinkler system programming made easy

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Topics: Hunter Pro-C Irrigation Controller, irrigation controller, landscaping tulsa sprinkler system

Celebrate National Lawn & Garden Month: Timely To-Dos for April 2012

Posted by Katie Stoever on Wed, Apr 11, 2012 @ 11:17 AM

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Topics: national lawn and garden month, landscaping ideas, landscaping tulsa

Landscaping Small Spaces: Creating a backyard retreat on a balcony.

Posted by Katie Stoever on Mon, Apr 09, 2012 @ 10:52 AM

Are you living in a place with a balcony or very small patio and still want to have that backyard retreat feel?  I know I enjoy an outdoor living space where I can sit quietly, read a book, and listen to birds chirp.  Recently, a family member of mine moved into an apartment and I thought, "Well, how is she going to have that backyard feel? What can she do to add some character to her balcony?" 

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Topics: small space landscape, backyard design, water plant, apartment landscape, patio landscape, apartment plants, patio plants, lanterns, cozy space, backyard feel

Plant Suggestion for Friend on Facebook

Posted by Katie Stoever on Wed, Apr 04, 2012 @ 10:55 AM

We would like to dedicate this blog to the Rose Creek Abelia.  Recently we had a question regarding which plant would be best to use in an area with little sunlight.  Other aspects our friend wanted in her plant was for it to grow to 2 to 3 feet tall and have a white flower.  Our suggestion... the Rose Creek Abelia.  This is an ideal option for our friend and possibly for you, our reader, as well. Below is a spec. sheet with a few more details about the plant.  Enjoy!

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Topics: plant suggestion, 2012 plant, rose creek abelia

Getting Creative with Old Pots!

Posted by Katie Stoever on Fri, Mar 30, 2012 @ 11:20 AM

If you have old flower pots or decorative pots laying around and are not sure what to do with them, read below on a few creative ideas that will put those old pots to use!

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Utilizing to Communicate Ideas Through Photos

Posted by Katie Stoever on Tue, Mar 27, 2012 @ 10:24 AM

Whether your brainstorming ideas for your next project or just killing a few minutes on break looking at pictures, Houzz is a great place to start! 

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Topics: Landscape Design in Tulsa, backyard design,, ideabook

Understanding the Landscape Project Process - From Patios to Ponds

Posted by Katie Stoever on Fri, Mar 23, 2012 @ 11:48 AM

You have decided to renovate your backyard.  Your excited for this upgrade to your outdoor living space, but nervous at the same time because you haven't gone through this process before.  Understandable.  Become comfortable and familiar with the process by reading the following steps.

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Topics: new design, backyard construction, consultation. landscape consultation

Backyard Flare - Latest Fads in Fire Features

Posted by Katie Stoever on Thu, Mar 15, 2012 @ 11:06 AM

Looking for a new feature to add a spark to your backyard paradise?  No, not fireworks.  I'm talking about fire pits, fire bowls, and outdoor fireplaces.  These are all cutting edge design features you can add to create warmth, coziness, or even create the perfect s'more. 

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Topics: Design ideas, patio, fire pit, fire bowl, outdoor fireplace, fire place, new design, backyard construction, landscape, outdoor living, out door living

Gearing Up for the Tulsa Home & Garden Show

Posted by Katie Stoever on Wed, Mar 07, 2012 @ 10:12 AM

Preparation is almost complete for the 2012 Tulsa Home & Garden Show. We are really excited to showcase one of our new construction materials, Galvacore structural panels.  These panels are a piece of construction material that can be used to build desired structures.

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