Adding a wildlife habitat area to your landscape design

Posted by E-Landscape on Jul 16, 2014 11:33:31 AM

Creating a wildlife habitat within your landscape design has many benefits. Besides creating a tranquil setting that supports the animals within your ecosystem, a wildlife habitat also tends to be lower maintenance by using plants that thrive in the region. The National Wildlife Federation gives a set of criteria that determines whether a design qualifies as a wildlife habitat, and each piece plays a role in attracting and sustaining wildlife.

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Topics: landscape, wildlife landscaping, Blog, landscape design

Highly Successful Plants for Apartment Buildings

Posted by E-Landscape on Mar 12, 2012 12:25:25 PM

Creating an attractive and functional landscape around apartment buildings presents unique challenges. As with any residential setting, the goal is to create a beautiful, warm, and welcoming environment. However, unlike residential homes, apartments house far more people and therefore require a landscape that is capable of withstanding high amounts of traffic from residents, visitors, and passersby.

Considerations for Selecting Plants for Apartment Building Landscapes

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Topics: Panicum, landscape, multi-family, E-Landscape, Miscanthus, apartment buildings, Japanese Barberry, Plum Yew, plants, Blog, Euonymus, Inkberry Holly, Knock Out Roses

Maintenance Work at Brightview South River

Posted by E-Landscape on Jan 30, 2012 5:34:28 AM

Following on our earlier work installing the landscape at the new Brightview South River senior living community, E-Landscape has now been selected to perform ongoing maintenance at the facility, located on Lee Airpark Drive in Edgewater. Brightview South River is Brightview's seventh senior living community in Maryland and its first assisted living community in Anne Arundel County. The community has 64 residences designated for assisted living and 26 in a separate wing for people with Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive impairments. The residences include studios, one-bedroom apartments and two bedroom apartments.

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Topics: Maryland, landscape, green roof, E-Landscape, energy efficiency, Anne Arundel County, Blog, senior living, Brightview South River, maintenance, The Shelter Group, landscaping, native landscaping, LEED

Landscaping of the Elkton Senior Apartments

Posted by E-Landscape on May 18, 2011 11:49:49 AM

E-Landscape recently began work on the Elkton Senior Apartments, a 60-unit senior apartment building that will be constructed in Elkton (Cecil County) Maryland. The project is being developed by The Ingerman Group, headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and the General Contractor is Hamel Builders of Elkridge, Maryland.

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Topics: irrigation, apartment, hardscape, Elkton Senior Apartments, landscape, Hamel Builders, green roof, E-Landscape, green screen, Blog, The Ingerman Group, drainage, permeable pavers, landscaping, planting, erosion

Mass Appeal

Posted by E-Landscape on Apr 7, 2011 2:59:00 PM

Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) recently completed work on a major construction project including an expanded emergency room and a new pediatric ER. Working with general contractor Whiting Turner, E-Landscape installed many of the soft and hardscape elements designed by Annapolis-based landscape architects The Faux Group.

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Topics: landscape installation, The Faux Group, hardscape, landscape, hospital, Annapolis, AAMC, E-Landscape, pavers, emergency room, Blog, Anne Arundel Medical Center, C. R. Goodman, Whiting Turner

Current Projects - March,2011

Posted by E-Landscape on Mar 4, 2011 11:28:17 AM

The weather is breaking and spring is finally around the corner. Here at E-Landscape, this means we've ramped up our production schedule and have crews out working on a variety of job sites, including the following.

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Topics: Maryland, landscape, Hamel Builders, Washington DC, condominium, mulching, Unit Services, townhomes, landscape architecture, Argos Group, E-Landscape, boxwood, commercial landscape, landscape contractor, hedge, pruning, The Station, juniper, Sorg Architects, Sorg & Associates, Blog, landscape architect, Anne Arundel Medical Center, maintenance, landscape design, Mid-Atlantic, planting, Carroll County, Reservoir Ridge

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