These clients in Malvern, Chester County have lived with their outdated and overgrown front landscape for approximately 20 years. Many plants were not site appropriate and had been sheared repeatedly creating a very artificial, boxy and sterile look. After ripping out the majority of their front planting we began by improving the soil with a […]
We sent out a watering alert to our customers today to remind them to water plants: Even though our weather of late has been beautiful with cool nights and warm days the soil is extremely dry. Please take time to water your new plantings (and some older ones, too) until some decent rainfall arrives (not […]
If you are searching for a landscape designer or landscape architect, it’s important to first take the time to understand your needs. While a landscape designer can certainly help to develop your ideas, you should at least know your basic wants and needs, which includes having a clear understanding of your desired budget and timeline. Naturescapes’ […]
This video by Sustainable Human really makes you think about how one small change can alter an entire ecosystem. See how wolves transformed the entire ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park, as well as the physical geography. How can we use this to inspire changes in our own worlds?
Naturescapes is excited, for the 10th year in a row, to support the French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust‘s Annual Iron Tour. This year’s event takes place on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Join over 1,500 riders for scenic cycling through Iron Furnace country and have a blast! The French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust preserves open space […]
We recently received a certificate to celebrate our 10 years in good standing with the BBB. Take a look at the certificate we received: Thanks to all our customers for supporting our business throughout the years!
We’re sponsoring the the 10th Annual Making a Difference Luncheon, held by the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls. We’ve been supporting this event for ten years, and couldn’t be happier with the turnout every year. Proceeds from the luncheon go towards the Fund’s grantmaking that addresses issues such as safe housing, job training, after-school […]
This Friday, April 17, the Friends of Easttown Library are celebrating their 50th anniversary with “A Golden Masquerade,” and you’re invited. It will take place between 7 and 10 pm and the Hilltop House in Devon. Guests are asked to don their most festive attire and wear a mask — or even full costume. Proceeds […]
Shrubs add year round color and blossom even more in the spring. Naturescapes presents our top 5 choices for spring shrubs. Not only will these make your landscape pop, but they are also less favored by deer. 1. Rhododendron P.J.M. This lovely shrub is the result of a cross between a native type of […]
When we received this note from a pleased customer, we just had to share. Amaryllis can be a difficult plant to care for, but very rewarding as it can actually produce flowers in the middle of winter. Additionally, the plant can bloom again after a dormant period. These are some facts that are good to […]