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The Making of a Woodland

The Making of a Woodland

News, Projects  |  October 12th, 2017

There is simply nothing more refreshing than walking through a woodland setting. Each season has distinctive moments of enchantment. The fresh greens of spring, respite from the summer sun, the...

A Natural Outdoor Classroom: The Design and Installation at Harrison Elementary

A Natural Outdoor Classroom: The Design and Installation at Harrison Elementary

News, Projects  |  May 18th, 2017

Creating Happier, Healthier, More Engaged, and Environmentally Conscious Students It all started with Harrison Elementary's PTA looking for a "big idea project" that would benefit the school for...

A Natural Outdoor Classroom

A Natural Outdoor Classroom

People, Projects  |  May 9th, 2017

In 2016, Harrison Elementary School's Parent Teacher Association gathered grant funding to have an outdoor classroom created for their school. They were interested in building an outdoor classroom...

Brushstrokes of Spring Bulbs

Brushstrokes of Spring Bulbs

News, Projects  |  May 4th, 2017

After a cold, colorless winter spent longing for warmer days, longer nights and greener gardens, bulbs in every color imaginable started popping through soil! Beautiful waves of color, painting...

One day, 12,000 Bulbs and 13 Purple Polos

One day, 12,000 Bulbs and 13 Purple Polos

News, Projects  |  October 20th, 2016

Our team of Purple Polos hit the ground running…or should I say planting 12,000 bulbs in this dramatic circle garden. The job was a large task but our gardeners in purple made it look easy. This...

The Shoppes at Southport: Off-Beat Commercial Landscape Install

The Shoppes at Southport: Off-Beat Commercial Landscape Install

News, Projects  |  July 20th, 2016

Our install crew brought these off-beat commercial landscape design sketches to life at the Shoppes at Southport in LaVista this June. Though the shopping center has yet to fill with the hustle...

Slice of Scotland: Part 1 Design

Slice of Scotland: Part 1 Design

Projects  |  July 14th, 2016

When you travel abroad it’s almost a given that you’ll bring a little bit of your destination home with you. Whether that’s pebbles from the banks of the Nile River, snow globes from the Alps,...

Suburban Perennial Meadow Designer Q&A

Suburban Perennial Meadow Designer Q&A

Projects  |  June 15th, 2016

Catch up on the latest with the Purple Polos with a quick Q&A with landscape designer Nate Huse and a newly installed Suburban Perennial Meadow. Q: What was the client looking for in this...

May Project Recap

May Project Recap

Projects  |  June 6th, 2016

The Purple Polos hit the ground running back in March and haven’t look back since! With our busiest season in full swing here’s a quick recap of what we’ve been working on in May. Stone Wall...

Nature’s Influence for “The Art of Living with Cancer” Conference

Nature’s Influence for “The Art of Living with Cancer” Conference

Projects  |  May 23rd, 2016

“If you watch how nature deals with adversity, continually renewing itself, you can’t help but learn.” - Bernie Seigel, MD On April 23rd A Time to Heal Foundation hosted The Art of Living with...