Author: Cortada Landscaping

Landscape Lighting Tips that Showcase Your Plants

You’ve put a lot of thought and effort into creating a landscape design that increases the curb appeal of your home. As the weather continues to get warmer, you’ll likely…

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How Often Should You Really Irrigate Your Lawn?

Now that the warm weather is here, it’s important to keep your lawn looking healthy with proper irrigation. Different forms of grass and types of soil require different amounts of…

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Keep Your Lawn Healthy in Hot, Dry Weather

As the spring season progresses and summer approaches, there are some measures you can take to keep your grass looking its best. The dry climate and extreme heat of summer…

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Creating a Rock Garden

A rock garden is a beautiful way to make your home’s exterior look appealing and inviting. Even if you have a lush green lawn, you may still want a rock…

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Best spring flowers for your garden

Spring is often called the season of new beginnings. Buds grow on denuded trees, animals come out to frolic in the sun and smell the sweet air, and the Earth…

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Which Grasses Thrive in Different Seasons?

Grasses play an important role in landscaping. Whether you want to use them as borders, ground covers, accents, screens or container gardens, you will need to have the right grass…

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Hardscape: Which One Is Right for You?

When it comes to hardscape installation, it’s best to choose a design that fits your sense of style and coordinates with the overall theme of both your home and your…

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Wall Garden Ideas for Your Lawn

If you have a well-manicured lawn but want to add more interest to your outdoor space, you may want to create a wall garden or two in order to increase…

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Modern Landscape Design Ideas

For so many of our clients at Cortada Landscape Design, designing the interior rooms of their homes is second nature. They’re perfectly at home choosing paint colors, hunting for the…

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Easy Sprinkler Maintenance Tips

Did you know that most lawns require 1 to 1.5 inches of water per week? Because rainfall is too unpredictable and infrequent, you shouldn’t rely solely on it as a…

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