Time For A Little Fun

Posted by on Dec 6, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

The crew took a little time a couple of Fridays ago to come together as a company in our off time to celebrate this unique productive, busy year we have had. Our typical company parties have always had us seated at a long table, with steak in front of us, and concluded with a hearty ...

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Otto Luyken & Schip Laurels Are NOT The Answer

Posted by on Nov 5, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

A flowering evergreen shrub that likes full sun is a bit of a unicorn in our region. Numerous ‘wonder shrubs’ have been marketed into favor only to fail in the landscape. Cold Hardy Camellia & Gardenia we find are not so hardy and fall short of their marketed promise. Even Japanese Hollies (Ilex crenata) have permanently crossed ...

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Time To Volunteer

Posted by on Oct 11, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

We took some time on this Friday to honor a client and dare I say friend. We met John Lloyd around the first of the year, instantly bonding over a passion for trees. You can tell a lot by a person based on their favorite tree and John had a passion for Black Gum & ...

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Why Winter & Spring Pruning is Best

Posted by on Sep 27, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

There’s something about the beginning of the fall season that makes people eager to start pruning. Perhaps it is the onset of winter? Or Perhaps it’s all the raking and mulching that has people going overboard in their yard? But before you start pruning your trees and shrubs, you may want to tune in to what the landscape ...

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Late Season Color

Posted by on Sep 20, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

Late summer doesn’t have to mean a loss of interest in your garden.  Even with dryer than normal conditions this year plants can offer color, texture and interest. By planting native species less water and valuable resources are used and habitat is provided for local wildlife.

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Hardscape Maintenance

Posted by on Aug 23, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

Hardscaping by definition is built to last. Paver patio’s, walkways, segmental retaining walls, stairs, freestanding walls, and columns are beautiful durable additions to any property that can offer years of outdoor enjoyment. Over time however, the weather can have an impact on your outdoor feature and it can begin to deteriorate if proper, preventative maintenance is ...

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That’s No Butterfly!

Posted by on Jul 26, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

It is the time of the summer season where everyone is on the lookout for Butterflies, Moths, and their cocoons. If you are lucky enough you may even get the unforgettable opportunity to watch one emerge from it’s cocoon fully transformed spreading its wings, while you are left to marvel at the fluttering colors before you! ...

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Year Round Color

Posted by on Jun 28, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

Color in your garden can come in all shapes and sizes and is a wonderful way to express your personality.  From peaceful corners with splashes of white, to vibrant accents that will cheer you year round.

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On A Hardscaping Roll

Posted by on Jun 7, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

It may be a rainy Friday here in Nelson County but the Windridge Team has been hustling all week to bring this absolutely beautiful hardscaping job in Nellysford near completion. We wanted to share some pictures that demonstrate the process that needs to be followed to properly install a patio & freestanding seat wall. Our client wanted to create ...

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It’s Pool Time!!!!!

Posted by on May 31, 2019 in Tips | No Comments

Fire up the grill and open the pool because Summer is here! There is so much stay at home fun to be had with your family & friends when you create your own private oasis in your backyard. We have helped numerous clients over the years expand, replace, and upgrade their pool decks. This experience has led ...

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