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Four Ways To Protect Your Landscape from Severe Weather

Posted by E-Landscape on Oct 22, 2014 11:01:06 AM

That time of year is coming up: the time when severe and damaging weather is more likely. So many people don't realize just how bad severe weather can wreak havoc on your landscape by killing plants, discoloring leaves, and damaging trees. There are, however, a few steps you can take to minimize risks and protect your landscape during the riskiest months.

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Topics: commercial landscaping, E-Landscape, commercial landscape, Blog, landscape design

Fire Pits Versus Fireplaces

Posted by E-Landscape on Aug 21, 2014 5:44:52 AM

Enjoying these long summer nights in the backyard entertaining family and friends it's hard to imagine that Fall is just around the corner. But as you begin to prepare for the eventual chill in the air you face one big question: what is the difference between fire pits versus fireplaces?

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Topics: landscaping northern Virginia, E-Landscape, design build, site furnishings, Blog

How Can Rainwater Harvesting Benefit My Landscaping?

Posted by E-Landscape on Jun 11, 2014 6:40:51 AM

In its most basic form, rainwater harvesting is simply the process of collecting and depositing rainwater before it meets an aquifer. If intelligently done, rainwater harvesting can have benefits for your irrigation system and garden.

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Topics: irrigation, rainwater harvesting, lawn care, E-Landscape, Blog

E-Landscape to Install Anchorplex Wall System at Victory Court

Posted by E-Landscape on Sep 14, 2012 5:06:09 AM

Victory Court Architect's Rendering

E-Landscape is excited to once again team with Hamel Builders to provide landscaping for a new senior living facility in Rockville, Maryland. Victory Court is a new, mixed income apartment community for seniors 62 and over located between Monroe Street and Maryland Avenue in Rockville Town Center. The three-story complex with stone and brick townhouse-style architecture is designed to fit in with the neighborhood of historic homes near Rockville's government center and downtown.

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Topics: commercial landscaping, Rockville Maryland, Hamel Builders, E-Landscape, Victory Housing, Blog, Rockville Town Center, Victory Court

E-Landscape Awarded Anne Arundel Medical Center Grounds Maintenance Contract

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 15, 2012 8:46:38 AM

We are proud to announce that E-Lanscape has been awarded a three year contract to carry out landscaping maintenance of Anne Arundel Medical Center's main campus in Annapolis, Maryland. This contract follows on our earlier landscape installation work that we performed as part of the hospital's recent expansion.

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Topics: Maryland, landscaping maintenance, commercial landscaping, eric drenner, Annapolis, E-Landscape, Blog, Anne Arundel Medical Center

E-Landscape Sponsors Howard Community College Grand Prix

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 5, 2012 9:16:49 AM

E-Landscape is proud to announce that we will be a Table Sponsor for Howard Community College's 25th Annual Grand Prix. The event, whose theme is "Watch Horses Fly and Help Student Soar", is the college's premier scholarship fundraising event. This year's Grand Prix will take place on Marama Farm in Clarksville, Maryland on September 22, and proceeds will benefit the HCC Educational Foundation to provide funding assistance to HCC students.

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Topics: Maryland, Howard Community College, Grand Prix, E-Landscape, Howard County, Clarksville, Blog, Marama Farm

Plants We Love: Rudbeckia

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 3, 2012 6:32:18 PM

Rudbeckia goldstrum

This time of year, we love the look of Rudbeckia blooming in gardens throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Native to North America, Rudbeckia can often be found growing as a wildflower along roadsides and in fields. There are many types of Rudbeckia, with perhaps the most common being the Black Eyed Susan. Sometimes confused with coneflowers, Rudbeckia is most easily identified by its coarse-textured, hairy leaves that form daisy-like flowers.

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Topics: E-Landscape, commercial landscape, Rudbeckia, Blog

3 Tips to Hide Unsightly Features in Your Commercial Landscape

Posted by E-Landscape on Jun 25, 2012 6:07:28 PM

A Greenscreen with growing vines

Many of the most beautiful commercial properties have an unsightly feature that needs masking or hiding. Sometimes it is an air conditioning unit or other utility installation, or it may be a windowless wall. Regardless of the feature, there are a number of ways that clever commercial landscaping strategies can help to hide it from view.

GreenScreens

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Topics: tree planting, trellis, E-Landscape, commercial landscape, softscaping, Blog, greenscreen

Landscape Installation for Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole Expansion

Posted by E-Landscape on Jun 21, 2012 9:45:57 AM

E-Landscape has begun work, for Bozzuto Group, to install landscaping for new construction the company is completing as part of an expansion of the Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole complex. The new building will feature 208 apartment homes located steps from Annapolis Towne Centre's premium mix of retailers, restaurants and services.

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Topics: irrigation, lightweight soil mixes, commercial landscaping, apartment building, sod installation, E-Landscape, Bozzuto Group, site furnishings, Greenberg Gibbons, structural foam, Blog, planting, Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole

Masonry and Hardscaping at Quarry Lake at Greenspring

Posted by E-Landscape on Jun 15, 2012 5:40:58 AM

This summer, we completed work on Section K5 of the Quarry Lake at Greenspring community, a master planned, mixed-use project boasts over 225,000 sq ft of Class A office and 111,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space within a gated community of luxury homes. The centerpiece of the community, developed by Obrecht Properties along with Beazer Homes, is a dramatic 40-acre lake, surrounded by walking trails and a promenade offering access to the retail and office amenities.

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Topics: commercial landscaping, trellis, E-Landscape, Quarry Lake at Greenspring, masonry, hardscaping, Blog

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