Here’s a look at our pond at the office with our latest updates! It looks even better in person so feel free to stop by and see the surrounding seasonal color we enjoy adding year round!
Hand painted with love, Harvey the Egret boasts an array of beautiful colors. Call us at 409-740-9200 for all your Landscape Murals!
A new shipment of Petunias have arrived full of an array of colors! Petunias love the cold and can survive 39 degrees weather. We had good luck last year planting them on the seawall. They lasted until April of this year!
Check out how much greener the grass is where the organic compost was installed. Being organic, it supplies the soil with the nutrients necessary to “green” up the grass naturally without adding any harmful chemicals to the property!
Fall has arrived at ECL! Call and book your fall color and decor install at 409-740-9200! And thanks EJ for doing a fabulous job at Karen’s, as shown in the second pic!
The cooler months have finally arrived. Now is the time to install your seasonal color! Seasonal cool weather plants include Dianthus, Lobelia, Phlox, Petunias, Ornamental Cabbage and Kale, Snapdragons, Bluebonnets. We also carry Alyssum and an array of cool weather veggies and herbs! Come by and visit to pick out your favorites or give us…Continue Reading “Seasonal Color for the Fall”
Check out our latest Paver Patio project showing the final product and the before pics during the install! We specialize in hardscape projects like these and would love to help with your next project!
It’s that time again for prepping the grounds for the Fall Gardens. First we will add a bag of Microlife fertilizer, organic compost and Azomite Minerals. We will turn it into the soil. We prefer not to till in because this disrupts the microbial life that is already in the soil. Then the 1st of…Continue Reading “Fall Garden!”
Plumerias are one of our favorite tropical plants. They are also known as Lei and Frangipani. Plumerias need at least 6 hours of sunlight and slightly acidic soil. To encourage more blooms they prefer a high phosphate, (phosphorous), fertilizer. We would like to see your Plumerias!
Check out Part 2 of our installation of a cobblestone retaining wall! We wanted to bring you along on the progress of the install, explain how we overcame a few challenges, and are now looking forward to a completed project soon after the plants are installed!