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Mid-Century Ranch Makeover

by Dillon Tuttle / October 8, 2021

This mid-century ranch makeover was designed to create an exciting outdoor living space to compliment the homeowners’ in-ground pool and outdoor movie theatre. We wanted the unique style of the home to extend into their outdoor space. Architectural plants paired with the movement of softer flowers and grasses blend into a visually striking and relaxing… Read More »Mid-Century Ranch Makeover

Mount Bonnell Native Oasis

by Dillon Tuttle / June 24, 2021

We have had the pleasure of working on multiple projects for this property over the past few years! It has been great to watch the property change and turn into the native oasis it is today! The most important aspect of this property that the owner wanted to maintain was that all the plantings were… Read More »Mount Bonnell Native Oasis

Georgetown Wildflower Wonderland

by Erin Spencer / June 1, 2021

Located in downtown Georgetown, this family transformed their front yard into a wildflower wonderland! They envisioned a welcoming entrance with seating and native landscaping to host both guests and pollinators on their property. They wanted to ditch their grass yard in favor of colorful native plants that would create a charming scene for friends and… Read More »Georgetown Wildflower Wonderland

Artificial Turf: Spend Less Time Maintaining And More Time Enjoying

by Rowan Marney / April 3, 2021

There is nothing better than a lush, green lawn. However the time, money, and effort needed to keep a lawn looking nice is sometimes too much to keep up with. Artificial turf is a great alternative for those who want the look of a healthy lawn year round without all the hassle! Let’s go through… Read More »Artificial Turf: Spend Less Time Maintaining And More Time Enjoying

Winter Damage Control

by Rowan Marney / March 2, 2021

After Austin’s hard freezes and power outages, you may notice that some of your plants are looking a little sad. Before you throw them away, we have a few tips and tricks so that you can try and bring them back to life! For Tropicals, Cacti, Succulents, and other indoor plants: Check new and old… Read More »Winter Damage Control

Tarrytown Wraparound

by Rodney Stoutenger / January 30, 2021

This young family came to us looking to transform their yard into an area where they could easily entertain their guests. They were looking to add a seamless wraparound patio that meshed with the look of their existing home and garage. Concrete was chosen as the base of the patio, and was then topped with… Read More »Tarrytown Wraparound

Preparing Your Lawn To Be Barbecue Ready

by Rowan Marney / January 28, 2021

In this blog, we will be going over important products, as well as how and when to apply them for the healthiest lawn possible! Purchase these products at our sister company Garden Seventeen, or ask about our maintenance packages to get a Native Edge crew to take care of this for you. Austin has had… Read More »Preparing Your Lawn To Be Barbecue Ready

Pergolas: A Perfect Fit For Any Outdoor Space

by Rowan Marney / December 29, 2020

Pergolas are a durable and low maintenance option to help define your outdoor space. Pergolas are an extremely popular feature for outdoor spaces. Not only do they add value to your home, they are affordable, versatile, and easy to install in any space. Pergolas can be built out of many different types of material such as… Read More »Pergolas: A Perfect Fit For Any Outdoor Space

Xeriscape: Design Around The Climate

by Rowan Marney / December 1, 2020

Opting for an Xeriscape allows you to be less dependent on irrigation without sacrificing aesthetic-appeal. Xeriscape is defined as a style of landscape design requiring little or no irrigation or maintenance. This doesn’t mean you have to skip out on a lawn! With careful planning and design, incorporating xeriscape with a lawn area can provide you… Read More »Xeriscape: Design Around The Climate

Georgetown Native Nook

by Dillon Tuttle / November 21, 2020

After these homeowners moved from a modern house in east Austin out to the hill country of Georgetown, they wanted to modernize their landscaping without clashing with their new home. The pre-existing, overgrown beds provided a great shape, so the designer decided to reenforce them with metal edging, and fill them with drought tolerant perennials… Read More »Georgetown Native Nook