Monthly Archives: March 2017

Mar 24

Desert Vibes

By Jill Zimmerman | Comments 5

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Mar 20

Happy First Day of Spring!

By Rodney Stoutenger | Comments 2

Instagram Likes Happy First Day of Spring! Hope you each get to spend some time out in this wonderful weather we are having today! These #bluebonnets were found by our bookkeeper Carol-lee just outside our office on her daily midday walk. #atx #atxlife #spring #nativeedge #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #spring2017 #firstDayOfSpring

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Mar 17

Instagram Likes Progress pic of one of our current projects happening now! You won’t believe this transformation! #spring #austin #landscapedesign #landscapeconstruction #deck #fountain #pavers #veggiebeds #atx #atxlife #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge

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Mar 15

Native Edge Landscape is growing! We’re now hiring Landscape Designers! Do you have an eye for design and love native plants? Apply today! NativeEdgeLandscape.com/Jobs #nowhiring #atxjobs #landscapedesign #landscape #design #copic #timelapse #austin #atx #atxdesign #joinourteam #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge @copicmarker @micron_drawings

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Mar 14

Instagram Likes Now we’re just having fun with this new tripod stand! Here’s another fun time lapse from our Design Team @nativeedge! @copicmarker #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #timelapse #copic #coloring #color #landscape #design #atx #atxlife #atxcolor #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape

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Mar 12

Instagram Likes Time lapse of our designers coloring today- It’s been that kind of day! What a chill Austin! Stay warm- Happy Sunday! @copicmarker #atxweather #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #timelapse #copic

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Mar 6

From the Inside Looking Out

By Hayley Tiefenthaler | Leave a comment

My only experience with landscaping is getting eaten alive by mosquitos and unwillingly killing every plant I have ever touched. So, as you may imagine, it has been a bit of a learning process in the few months I have worked here at Native Edge Landscape. Through my work on the website portfolio I had

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Mar 6

Oak wilt is a fungal disease that spreads from sap-feeding beetles attracted to fresh wounds on oak trees. These wounds can be caused by broken limbs, root systems, or from pruning. You can protect your trees by avoiding damage caused by lawn equipment such as weed-eaters, lawn mowers, and shovels. Prune your oaks only at

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