Danville Landscaping – CA Natives!

It’s a great day for planting! Planting day is always my favorite day of an installation.

Over 200 CA Natives delivered and placed. The crew will finish planting, and we’ll set up the rachio.com irrigation and lights before putting down the pebble.

We’re not just saying GOODBYE to the lawn; we’re celebrating the beautiful landscaping that will thrive for years to come!

Ready to go? Contact us or just give us a call(925) 895-1719

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Landscape Design for Rain and Heat – CA Native Plants & Birds, too!

Well, it’s January 2023, and the skies are open!! Our beautiful East Bay (clay) hillsides are saturated, and the water is running, winding, pouring, and pooling.

Here’s one of our projects with our great clients in South Walnut Creek. Their lovely home backs against the hills of open space, so we’re helping them divert the water from their home’s foundation with some simple fence reinforcements and some surgically installed drainage systems. We’re also keeping the whole cycle of California weather in mind and preparing their garden for the heat and dry that will come in the summer months.

January 2023 – rainy garden days

It’s always the right weather for gorgeous moss rock and Arctostaphylos (manzanitas)!

Here I’m picking up a few of my favorite manzanitas:

  • Arctostaphylos densiflora ‘Sentinel’
  • Arctostaphylos manzanita ‘Dr. Hurd’
  • Arctostaphylos ‘Pacific Mist’
  • Arctostaphylos ‘St. Helena’

Click here to check out a palette of some of the BEST manzanitas for our Tri-Valley/Diablo Valley climate. Love these! Gorgeous evergreen backbone to most every garden!