May 23

Just doodling away on this gloomy Austin day! Another great design almost ready for presentation - this site is on Lake Austin and will be sure to create an amazing wildlife retreat!

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Just doodling away on this gloomy Austin day! Another great design almost ready for presentation – this site is on Lake Austin and will be sure to create an amazing wildlife retreat! #wildlife #native #austin #lakeaustin #lake #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #landscape #garden #atx #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape

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May 17
May 12

Hope everyone enjoyed this week! The guys had a lot of fun with this one! More progress pics coming soon!

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Hope everyone enjoyed this week! The guys had a lot of fun with this one! More progress pics coming soon! #outdoorkitchen #firepit #limestone #masonary #landscapedesign #landscapeconstruction #landscapearchitecture #atx #atxlife #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape

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May 1

This time of year, every drop of water is important! With summer quickly approaching, it is a good idea to test your irrigation system for any leaks, wear and tear, over-spraying, or lack of coverage. You can easily do a quick test of your own irrigation to be sure there is no water being wasted, and that your system is not causing run-off.

To perform your own test, run through each zone for at least 2-4 minutes and keep a look out for pooling water, over-spraying onto concrete areas, and breaks or leaks throughout the system. Since the water is high pressure, you can typically see an area of erosion or a hole in soils, mulches or top dresses where water may be leaking.

Another great way to prevent wasted water in the landscape is by keeping all parts and pieces of your irrigation system, including nozzles, up to date! We learn more every day, and more efficient systems are now available on the market. If your system is 8+ years old, it is a great idea to have this thoroughly checked out by a professional.

During our Maintenance Programs, these are areas of concern that we commonly check and repair as quickly as possible. However, you can also schedule a one-time service visit with Native Edge to have your system checked with a quick run through!

The City of Austin also offers wonderful service checks and rebates to keep your irrigation up to date.

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May 1

For the fifth year in a row, Native Edge Landscape will be sponsoring the Violet Crown Festival! The festival will take place on May 6th from 10am to 5pm in Brentwood Park. We will be creating and decorating a temporary garden to corral Domino the Pig. The plants will be donated to Brentwood Elementary School after the event.

Native Edge got its start in Crestview, and we have many loyal customers in the neighborhood. We believe in giving back, and invite you to join us at this year’s Violet Crown Festival to support local businesses, artists, musicians, and community members. Be sure to snap a selfie with Domino, the neighborhood mascot!

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Apr 25

Happy Tuesday! These beautiful Cape Rush are awaiting install! Before and after photos coming soon!

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Happy Tuesday! These beautiful Cape Rush are awaiting install! Before and after photos coming soon! #caperush #atx #beforeandafter #landscape #plantnerd #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge #landscapedesign #landscapeconstruction

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Apr 17
Apr 17
Rodney Stoutenger

Landscape and a Haircut! ️

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Landscape & a haircut! ️

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Landscape & a haircut! ️ #haircut #barber #atxlife #lifeofalandscaper #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape #atx #atxbarber #landscape

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Apr 17

Inking has begun on this open concept backyard with rain garden

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Inking has begun on this open concept backyard with rain garden #circulationpatterns #notsobasic #designforliving

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Apr 10

You should re-stain your deck before the weather gets too hot and your wood too dry! The best way to accomplish this is by wetting down your deck and scrubbing it with a biodegradable wood cleaner and a stiff-bristel brush. This will remove all of the dirt and grime, and prepare the wood for staining. Rinse this, and allow the deck to thoroughly dry before applying your stain. There are lots of stain colors and styles available on the market, so be sure to speak with a professional about which is best for you and your space!

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