Ready for Spring Color? Everywhere you look pops of color signal spring is here. That means it’s time to clean out your flowerbeds, plant some color, trim the shrubs, put down fresh mulch, and get your flowerbeds ready to show off to the neighbors. Flowers add curb appeal in an instant and give your home […]
“Oklahoma Landscape does a really good job of understanding what the customer has in their vision. We didn’t lose any of our existing trees due to construction. We wanted to keep the natural look.” – Bill Billeau The Billieau home is nestled in the trees on a small but comfortable lot. The family really wanted […]
Keeping spirits bright means one thing on Halloween and another on Christmas Eve. But what about the rest of the winter when the early sunsets cause dark shadows to emerge around your backyard? Lighting up your landscape Adding a border of LED lights can serve two purposes: to keep you from stumbling along the path […]
With the Oklahoma summer in full swing, it’s time to start thinking about the many ways you can start improving your outdoor space! Need help finding a starting place? We’ve compiled 5 backyard design ideas to help you start improving your outdoor space. Fire Pits – The Multi-Season Gathering Spot A fire pit is multi-seasonal […]
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You can see it now: your front yard landscaped to well-defined perfection. You have every color and size of plants picked out, and a yard gnome even sits idle in your garage. But you hesitate to start crafting the yard of your dreams because you know that spring will bring with it the endless growth […]
This week, I was walking in the backyard with my family to talk about our garden plans for the year. As we walked around our corner garden plot, we noticed a stake in the ground meant for a game of horseshoes. We hadn’t played the game outside in quite awhile, and we wondered where the […]
My Great Uncle Roy was a farmer in Kansas most of his life. He was an army veteran, a father, and a great husband to my Great Aunt Opal. As a farmer, my uncle stood by one truism that I will never forget: Don’t plant tomatoes until after tax day. While this phrase may seem […]