Looking at 2020:

December 9th, 2019

As a new year approaches, you might be thinking about your lawn and landscape plans for the coming spring. In fact, you might even be considering whether you can tackle some (or all) of these tasks on your own or whether it’s worth investing in a professional. In this “DIY world,” a lot of homeowners […]

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Property Maintenance Tips

November 26th, 2019

It’s hard to believe that the end of the year is in sight. It feels as though 2019 flew by, and we hope that your year was full of great memories—potentially made even more meaningful by the beautiful green spaces that clients like you have graciously invited us to create and/or maintain. As the year […]

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Critical Details

November 1st, 2019

Signs of winter have already begun to creep in, and you know that more snow is just around the corner.  Even so, you may still be dragging your feet on signing a contract with a commercial snow removal service. Perhaps you weren’t happy with the service you used last year, and you’re wondering whether there […]

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Commercial Snow Removal Maintenance:

October 23rd, 2019

When it comes to commercial snow removal maintenance services, reliability is key. While a lot of companies offer these types of services—and that gives you a lot to choose from—what you really want is a company that you can count on. After all, when winter weather strikes, the last thing that you want is to […]

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Residential Fall Plantings and Fall Clean-Up

October 23rd, 2019

With temperatures cooling and the leaves turning, you might be enjoying some pleasant time outdoors. Of course, you might also be noticing that your landscape is in need of some work. Now is the time to start thinking about some important fall landscaping services that need to be performed. Although springtime is often thought of […]

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3 Things to Think About When Hiring a Snow and Ice Management Firm

September 4th, 2019

By Neil Butara, Exscape Designs   It may be hot in Cleveland now, but before you know it, Old Man Winter will be knocking on the door. When that time comes, the last thing any property manager or building owner wants to be is the person shoveling sidewalks due to a no-show or late-arriving snow […]

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How to Avoid Transplant Shock:

August 5th, 2019

If you have indoor potted plants that you’ve been caring for, you’re likely committed to keeping them in great shape. However, there may come a time when you decide that you want to transplant indoor plants outdoors. Sometimes, this process can be more involved than you might have bargained for. But with a little bit […]

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Living on a Hill:

July 12th, 2019

If you live in a home that has steep slopes or banks, you might be wondering what landscaping options could possibly work for those areas. A property with slopes can be frustrating as they can make the functionality—and the aesthetics—of the space challenging. It can be difficult to grow plants on slopes and you also […]

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So you’re ready for new landscaping?

July 10th, 2019

If you’re fed up with having the worst yard on the block, your landscape beds are outdated and overgrown or you need some privacy from your neighbors, it may be time to consider upgrading your landscaping.   A full-service landscape design/build firm can completely transform your property into the outdoor oasis you’ve been dreaming of […]

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Top 5 Mistakes

June 6th, 2019

Edible garden designs continue to trend upward with more homeowners than ever before interested in incorporating edible plants into their landscape. There’s no question you’ve probably heard terms like “foodscaping,” “farm to table,” or “edible backyards,” largely thanks to an increased awareness of the undeniable link of our health to what we eat. With more […]

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