Most everyone recognizes Black-eyed Susans…the sunny late bloomers brightening up the fall landscape. It would seem hard to improve on this classic, but we really like the newer variety, Viette’s Little Suzy. Looking at this picture you can see what makes it different: the center circle right around the brown cone is a golden, almost […]
One of our suppliers has come out with a new paver meant to look old. I know, I know, but it’s not a cobblestone-street/ tumbled brick look. While definitely cool, that’s been done. THIS new paver is meant to mimic the look of weathered barn wood…how great is that? We are all finding ways to incorporate this new paver in our […]
Is it just me or is winter starting to drag on and on? Click here for a great how-to tutorial from the Chicago Botanical Gardens on persuading branches to bloom indoors. Could be just the ticket to bring a little spring to your home until it decides to show up outside!
Well this has never happened to us before…an award AND one of our projects landing on the front cover of a supplier’s catalog! We didn’t even have an acceptance speech prepared. We’ll keep it short-and-sweet and tip our appreciative hat to Rochester Concrete and say a very heartfelt thank […]