Backyard Playground

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

This Albemarle County family decided to make vacation year round. With a pool, slide, and fire pit who needs to go away?! Our Blue Hawaiian fiberglass pools allow for easy installation and low maintenance year round. Call for a free estimate.

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Xeriscape Bed

Posted by on May 29, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

This circular driveway bed located at a private residence in Nelson County was originally installed in the early 90’s and is receiving a face lift. The plants that are being installed for the renovation are low maintenance and most importantly take low-water. Affectionately refer to them as “idiot proof plants”. This Xeriscape inspired design is ...

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Wintergreen Weather

Posted by on May 18, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

  Nearing completion on our landscaping and hardscaping job up at Wintergreen. This site has seen snow, heavy rain, and temperatures in the 80’s. The Belguard pavers will add beauty, easy of accessibility, and longevity to this already stunning property.

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Busy At Our Pool Project

Posted by on May 11, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

Our crew has been busy on the Albemarle County job site installing veneer stone walls to accent the new pool deck. Looking forward to when the whole project is complete so we can share it with you.

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Farmington Driveway Update

Posted by on May 4, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

The new curbing is complete on this beautiful Charlottesville driveway. Staff is going back on a regular basis to water and check in on the sod we installed. This curbing will allow for appropriate water run off and gives definition to this stunning homes entrance.

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Farmington Driveway

Posted by on Apr 20, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

Spring has sprung and the rains are holding off for today. Wrapping up a large hardscaping project in Charlottesville at Farmington.  A large rock needed to be jack-hammered out of the driveway to eliminate a hump. Now the driveway is significantly easier to maneuver and water runs off in an appropriate direction.

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Food For Pollinators

Posted by on Apr 13, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

This spring as we’re all opening our gardens and selecting new plants for the season think of the pollinators. Some of the top flowers that are very beneficial are Bleeding Hearts, Peony’s, Jacob’s Ladder, Miss Kim Korean Lilac, and many more. Remember, plant plants that provide nectar and pollen. Nectar provides carbohydrates and pollen provides ...

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Landscape Career Day

Posted by on Mar 30, 2018 in Tips | No Comments

Windridge Landscaping will be hosting our first annual Landscape Career Day on April 25. This gives us an opportunity to get the next generation engaged in careers that will be meaningful, connect with people, and can help the environment. Around 100 high school students will be visiting for a tour, demonstrations,  and a Q & ...

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Winter Watering

Posted by on Dec 19, 2017 in Tips | No Comments

All plants are vulnerable to winter drought but new plants, especially evergreens, are extra susceptible and we are heading into winter well below normal rainfall for this time of year.  For example a 3 gallon boxwood needs approximately 3 gallons of water a month.  It would require rain for 3/4 of a day slow a ...

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