06 Jun 2017

Winning out West

Author: Brooke N. Bates - Lawn & Landscape Magazine - May 2017 - "Winning out West"

Aaron Clark sustains a culture of teamwork that drives his people to succeed.

Providing phone and internet services isn’t that different from providing lawn care services. In fact, they’re “eerily similar,” says Aaron Clark, who has launched companies in both industries.

At the telecom company Clark started and ran for 11 years, technicians installed equipment for his patented technology, and then performed monthly maintenance. Now, Clark manages technicians who install landscapes and irrigation systems, and provide ongoing sprinkler service and lawn care maintenance.

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03 May 2017

Xeriscaping

How to Design & Maintain Low-To-No-Water Landscaping

Author: Lara Piu - ImagesAZ - November 2014

Coined in the 1980's, the term xeriscaping was created by Denver Water while developing its water conservation plan.  The utility company's design established the founding principles of xeriscaping: low-water-use plants, appropriate turf areas, efficient irrigation, soil improvements and appropriate maintenance and use of mulches.

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03 May 2017

Carefree appreciates $75,000 in donated firehouse landscaping

Author: Curtis Riggs | Sonoran News | October 1, 2008

The beauty of the Carefree Fire Station was greatly enhanced recently thanks to a $75,000 landscaping donation from the folks at Desert Foothills Landscape.

Mark and Juanita Wdowiak landscaped the outside of the $2.5 million firehouse with large armed saguaros, a Giant Cereus Monstrosus, golden barrel cactus, a Grande Ocotillo and variety of yucca and agave plants.

The landscape designers also put in rock arroyos, which will drain rainwater away from the building and take it out into the street.

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18 Apr 2017

TOP 10 LANDSCAPE MISTAKES

Author: Nancy Erdmann – Phoenix Home & Garden – April 2011 – Top 10 Landscape Mistakes
1.) Not understanding your plants’ needs: There is a tendency to purchase a plant that looks good at the nursery without a basic understanding
of its ultimate size, frost sensitivity, and exposure and soil requirements. Do your homework, and in the end it will save you time and money.

2.) Buying plants without considering their size at maturity: People forget how big plants will get when they see them at the nursery. Be sure to determine the space that established plants will need so that they can grow to their full potential.

3.) Lack of plant continuity: I call these “dog’s lunch” landscapes, where there is a little of everything thrown in with no composition. Plant nuts can be the worst offenders. But it is easy to solve by selecting a few theme plants to repeat throughout the garden to pull it all together.
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