The LandscapeResource.com Blog
Friday December 02, 2011
In Fremont, CA, a bankrupt Solyndra facility sits idle as the landscape continues to grow and evolve.
Monday October 31, 2011
Landscape Resource is covering the ASLA 2011 Meeting and Expo in San Diego from October 30-Nov 2.
Thursday October 06, 2011
East Bay Wilds is opening their new nursery in the Fruitvale District of East Oakland
Thursday August 18, 2011
We take a brief look at CA's history and why the original mediterranean landscaping style was abandoned for a summer-wet version.
Saturday July 30, 2011
What do experts say about hose watering?
Wednesday March 16, 2011
In an all too common sight, shrubs are mercilessly trimmed to ridiculous shapes and sizes for apparently no reason.
Monday March 07, 2011
Tour of Arlington Garden in Pasadena with landscape designer Mayita Dinos.
Monday February 21, 2011
An unseasonably warm Saturday welcomed a large group of native plant enthusiasts at the historic Camarillo Ranch Barn for the second annual day-long symposium hosted by the Channel Islands Chapter of the Native Plant Society (CNPS).
Wednesday February 09, 2011
The co-founder of Revolution Landscape in San Diego, Jeff Robbins, has hooked up with LR as a Contributor and will be bringing his expertise on veggie gardening and other sustainable topics to the table. Welcome Jeff!
Wednesday January 12, 2011
Landscape Resource has an interactive exhibit booth at the Landscape Industry show at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Thursday December 30, 2010
The Sea Ranch, perched on the edge of the continent, is a ten mile long sliver of coast along Highway One that is physically and metaphorically separating itself from California. Headed out to sea at a glacial rate of 5 cm per year on the Pacific tectonic
Tuesday December 14, 2010
As urban boundaries continue to creep into open space, fuel management is becoming a term homeowners, not just fire personnel, are having to understand and implement.