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Austin Outdoor Living Tour 2023

by Heather Day / May 3, 2023

Native Edge Landscape is excited to announce that its latest project, The Cherrywood Charmer, will be featured on the Austin Outdoor Living Tour this Saturday, May 6th! This property showcases some of the best sustainable landscaping practices and features a variety of outdoor living spaces that seamlessly blend together.
One of the standout features of this project is the 3-pump recirculating water feature. We’ve also included a custom keyhole raised vegetable garden, which allows for maximum growing space while minimizing water usage. Additionally, the property includes a rainwater cistern demonstrating Native Edge Landscape's commitment to sustainable design.
Visitors to the Austin Outdoor Living Tour will also have the opportunity to explore custom stone pathways and a variety of native plants, all expertly curated by the team at Native Edge Landscape.
Tickets for the Austin Outdoor Living Tour can be purchased at Don't miss this opportunity to see The Cherrywood Charmer and other inspiring outdoor living spaces!

Native Edge on Queer Eye Season 6

by Rowan Marney / January 7, 2022

We have exciting news! We were featured in the newest season of Queer Eye on Netflix along with our sister company, Garden Seventeen! You can catch us on season 6 episode 6 titled “Community Allied”. Garden Seventeen provided plants, pots, and fountains, while our team did all the hard work in transforming Dr. Jereka Thomas’s space. This yard transformation was the largest in Queer Eye history, and we are so thrilled to have been a part of pulling it off! It was great meeting and working with Bobby and the rest of the designers and production team. Let us know what you think of Dr. Jereka Thomas’s transformation!Below, we have some behind the scenes shots from the hero's home, as well as some screen captures from the episode!Read More »Native Edge on Queer Eye Season 6

Color Burst: Impact of Wildflowers

by Erin Crespo / May 5, 2020

Wildflowers are one of nature’s most exuberant participants. Producing entire fields of seasonal color, their explosive entrances mark one of the most lovely - and in Texas the toughest - times of year.
Wildflowers are a perfect illustration of the Texas landscape: it’s hot, we're here, and we will be back. We have the privilege of witnessing them carpet the forgotten places, blanketing the empty zones we pass on obligatory commutes - another call from nature to remain grateful even when things are temporary. They remind of us of color, the season, and how to enjoy the little things.Color has the distinct ability to impact our mood - to lift our spirits, soothe, energize or welcome. Little pockets of vibrancy in your landscape can enrich a space, without overpowering it. The Texas Department of Transportation knows this; every year they have an annual program that buys and sows over 30,000 POUNDS of wildflower seed across our Texas highways.Who doesn’t love a field blazing full of Indian Paintbrushes, winking Blackfoot Daisies, elegant stalks of Purple Coneflower, or the tender welcome of pink Buttercups? These tiny clusters of color withstand the wind, the rain and the heat and they make all the difference for drivers who see their prolific blooms. You can enjoy the same seasonal impact at your home!A favorite for many pollinators, saving a space in your landscape for wildflowers can also bring very pretty guests to your doorstep. Spread the love and bring wildflowers into your landscape! They are usually grown from seed, but with options in both annuals and perennials you can create a colorful space that can change and grow over the years. Explore local wildflower options and have fun selecting your own bursts of color!Buy local wildflower seed and when your flowers bloom, wish them well!
References: Potter, Anna. The Flower Fix. (White Lion 2019); Darcey, Cheralyn. Flowerpaedia. (Rockpool 2017) “Wildflower Program.” Texas Department of Transportation, Accessed 25 Feb. 2020. 

The Virtue of a Bouquet

by Erin Crespo / February 3, 2020

I truly love the art of gift giving, whether it’s a celebration, a random day of the week, a passing thought turned into a trinket - or an even a bashful apology wrapped in satin ribbon. Gifts spread joy. When it comes to floral surprises (because let’s be honest - even when customary, flowers are always a surprise) here are a couple of my favorite tips:

Inspire Playfulness:Table arrangements are perfect for a family home, a filled vase can spark curiosity, imagination and creativity. The perfect antidote to a chilly winter, a floral arrangement can spread seasonal cheer. Allow yourself creative freedom, loose expressive designs are just as fun as organized ones. To your left, we have soft cream-colored hydrangeas, which mean "perseverance, understanding, and interconnectedness", a wonderful theme for a martini-mixer we were invited to garnish with plant decor. Remind others of joy with festive exuberance!Meaningful Color: Include a ‘Meaning Card’. Not everyone speaks the language of flowers, and certainly no one knows them all. Here for example, to your right we see Anthuriums -  which mean "hardworking, hospitality, 'think of me', and welcome".  A wonderful display for our event with Equality Texas.  A quick note about what the flower is, and the meaning you've placed behind it for that particular occasion, turns a temporary gift into an immediate, intimate experience. You thought of them, show them how. In celebration of love, friendship and Valentine's Day,  what does a bouquet mean to you?
References: Potter, Anna. The Flower Fix. (White Lion 2019); Darcey, Cheralyn. Flowerpaedia. (Rockpool 2017)

There are only 2 more days to buy tickets to the Austin Outdoor Living Tour!

by Rodney Stoutenger / June 20, 2019

There are only 2 more days to buy tickets to the Austin Outdoor Living Tour! It’s your chance to see all your Pinterest worthy properties in person. Check out this link to get $5 off! @welovemodern⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣#landscapeDesign #landscapedesigns #landscapedesigner #landscapedesigners #landscaping #landscapearchitecture #outdoordesign #outdoorliving #contemporary #Austin #austindesign #AustinTX #AustinTexas #austinart #austinlife #austinphotography #austinstyle #ATXlife #localaustin #austinbusiness #keepAustinWeird #KeepAustinLocal⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣ via Instagram

There are only 9 more days to snag tickets to this event before they are all sold out!

by Rodney Stoutenger / June 13, 2019

There are only 9 more days to snag tickets to this event before they are all sold out! The tour is happening Saturday, June 22nd and we are honored to have not one but TWO projects on the tour! Check out the link in our bio to purchase tickets and get $5.00 off! @welovemodern⁣⁣
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Show Us Some Local Love

by Erin Spencer / March 19, 2018

We've been nominated for an Armadillo Award but we need your vote to win! The Armadillo Awards celebrate the unique culture of local business in Austin and Native Edge has been nominated in both the Austin Customer Experience and Community Champion categories.Be vocal for local and VOTE for us. We also invite you to attend the Armadillo Awards Party with us. It's a fun evening featuring local music, local food, a Dillo Fundraiser Raffle and a great show, and it's free! RSVP for the show.

Merry Merry Martini Mixer 2018

by Erin Spencer / February 5, 2018

Back In January, Equality Texas hosted its 14th annual Merry Merry Martini Mixer! "The mixer is Equality Texas’ (EQTX) biggest fundraiser in Austin. Revenue directly benefits EQTX's efforts to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Texans through education, community organizing, and collaboration."

 This year we were honored to sponsor the Merry Merry Martini Mixer for the 6th year in a row! Not only that, but all the plant decor and centerpieces for the event were delivered and arranged by us.

Check out more pictures from this event on Equality Texas' FB page here: MMMM 2018

Have You Met Domino The Pig?

by Jake / May 1, 2017

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!

Beautiful center pieces for this year’s Merry Merry Martini Mixer 2017!

by Rodney Stoutenger / January 14, 2017

Beautiful center pieces for this year's Merry Merry Martini Mixer 2017! Come join the event tonight from 7-11pm at the beautiful Fair Market venue![igp-likes] Instagram LikesBeautiful center pieces for this year's Merry Merry Martini Mixer 2017! Come join the event tonight from 7-11pm at the beautiful Fair Market venue! #MMMM2017 #MerryMerryMartiniMixer2017 #EQTX #nativeedgelandscape #nativeedge #atx #lgbt