Designing and Constructing Ecologically Sensitive and Functional Outdoor Living Spaces

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Excerpt from March 2019 Newsletter

The landscape division has been steadily working away this winter. The rainy days are still full of activity with design and permitting projects while our field technicians have also remained busy throughout the winter despite what Mother Nature has sent our way.

Our schedule is filled with many exciting projects, but one in particular we can talk about
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Excerpt from February 2019 Newsletter

Winter is a great time for reflection, learning something new whether it is reading, taking a tour, or attending a conference or trade show, and making plans for the future. In early January, we attended MANTS (Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show), an invigorating review of the wide selection of nursery vendors of live material, hard goods,
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Excerpt from November 2018 Newsletter

As the days become shorter and gardens are being readied for their winter's nap, many elements of the landscape are just starting to reveal their true beauty. Red, yellow, orange, and purple leaves dot the landscape along with the colorful bark and stems of many of our natives. Now that the fall weather has cooled
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Excerpt from October 2018 Newsletter

The Fall weather has stimulated many garden lovers to think about new plantings with the great weather and ideal timing for planting trees and shrubs. At the same time we are winterizing irrigation systems and performing maintenance on low voltage lighting systems in anticipation of cooler weather and shorter days.  This has kept the Unity Landscape team quite
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