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An Olympic-Sized Feat

American Landscape came to Salt Lake City in 1998 at the invitation of the Mormon Church to complete the landscaping for the $50    More
Tuesday, October 1, 2002

Wildfires and Landscaping

At 10:00 p.m., fiery red images flash in the center of your living room. The anchorwoman reports thirty percent containment, even though that percentage was 85 percent yesterday.    More
Sunday, September 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Stealth Tools Pack Power

When the hand-held power tool side of a company blends into the background, then these tools are fulfilling their purpose well.   More
Thursday, August 1, 2002 Phillip Meeks

Bowled Over By Boulders

Boulders, rocks and artificial stone can add a tremendous sense of power to a landscape. An interesting grouping of rocks and stones...    More
Saturday, June 1, 2002 Phillip Britt

Landscaping with Native Plants for Water Conservation

All across the nation, communities faced with increased demands on existing water supplies are encouraging...    More
Wednesday, May 1, 2002 Lana Robinson

Stump Cutters Make Good Business

There it sits — a big, ugly stump right where you’re going to install a new landscape design. It has to go.   More
Wednesday, May 1, 2002 Janie Franz

Border Edging with Curb Appeal

Its a hot new idea thats been around for nearly three decades concrete border edging. And its finally taking residential and commercial landscaping by storm.    More
Monday, April 1, 2002 Janie Franz

Hardscapes in the Landscape

Putting the cart before the horse takes on new meaning in the landscape contractor?s vocabulary when he explains to a homeowner that he must install hardscapes before softscapes.    More
Friday, March 1, 2002 Katherine Woodford

Every Picture Tells A Story

It was inevitable that software that manipulates photo-realistic images would become all the rage in the landscape industry.    More
Friday, February 1, 2002 Mark Landsbaum

Landscape Edging - Inconspicuous By Its Presence

When you see an attractively landscaped property be it residential or commercial one of the first things you notice is the neatness and symmetry. Whether in straight lines, curves or other designs, plantings and grass flow smoothly to pavers, then stop, providing an aesthetically pleasing appearance.   More
Sunday, July 1, 2001 James Malerba