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Many people can craft a beautiful landscape given the right resources, but it takes a special assortment of skills to recreate natural processes in a home’s backyard. Minimally invasive landscape designs should incorporate elements that reflect the beauty of the surrounding environment. It’s also important to position landscaping in a way that contributes to the…

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With so many options to choose from, many people feel stuck when it comes to selecting the right plants for their property. The visual appeal of a plant is certainly important, but the look shouldn’t be the sole focus. Instead, it’s important to take a number of different factors into consideration, ensuring the chosen plant…

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Home and property owners often have grand ambitions for their landscape projects. From flowers and ornamental bushes to decorative walkways, natural swimming pools, and lawn alternatives, it’s true that southern Ontario landscape designers are spoilt for choice. It’s easy to get carried away by the sheer amount of options available, however, it’s important to remember…

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When considering artistic landscaping services in Waterloo, many homeowners find themselves overwhelmed with the endless assortment of options available to them. While it may be tempting to incorporate trendy designs into your backyard, it’s almost always advisable to instead opt for a timeless look that will look appropriate for years to come. If you’re looking…

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Why choose dry stone construction for your property over the more common concrete landscape products? Not only does the aesthetic look of a naturally hand crafted dry stone wall have superiority over the glued squared concrete block, but it also lasts a lifetime. The reason dry stone walls work so well is that there is…

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Imagine a garden pond filled with white and pink water lilies and purple irises and humming with a chorus of frogs and birds. Now imagine swimming in it. Alice Klein and Hannah Hislop take a dip in the world of natural swimming pools for your landscape ( article from http://www.theecologist.org/) Superficially, a natural swimming pool looks like…

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Spring is right around the corner… Thankfully! If you are thinking about selling your house, it’s time to also start thinking about updating your landscaping. Are the hedges overgrown? Are the paths and walkways in good shape? Does your home have “curb appeal” to potential buyers driving past? Is your lawn in good condition? Neglected…

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Should I invest in a landscape maintenance package?  By hiring Quiet Nature for your landscape maintenance needs, you eliminate all hassles associated with property upkeep.  Our qualified professional staff will know if your annuals/perennials are healthy and thriving in your beds, whether a Japanese maple tree will grow well in that shaded backyard corner, or…

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