what's new

Apr 29 2016

TUNE IN TO mix1079‬ ‪and qfm96 TO ‬listen to the owner of greenscapes bill gerhardt!

Tune in this Sunday for a new installment of Down the Garden Path on ‪#‎QFM96‬ this Sunday at 8:00 am! This sundays guest speaker will be Vice President of Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers Bryce Jacob. Greenscapes owner and president Bill Gerhardt will be speaking about how the relationship between interior design, architecture, and landscape architecture are paramount to a successful project.
Apr 25 2016

plant spotlight: White redbud

"The elegant, arching branches of the white Eastern redbud (Cercis canadnesis var. alba) add a romantic touch to the garden. Small white flowers cover each branch in the spring, followed by green heart-shaped leaves. In the fall, the foliage turns a showy yellow. The redbud is a member of the Fabaceae (pea or bean) family, and it forms brown seedpods, similar to sugar pea pods, that remain through the winter."  
Apr 22 2016

listen to the owner of greenscapes bill gerhardt on mix1079‬ ‪and qfm96‬

Tune in this Sunday for a new installment of Down the Garden Path on ‪#‎QFM96‬ this Sunday at 8:00 am! The next two broadcasts feature guest speaker and Vice President of Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers Bryce Jacob. Greenscapes owner and president Bill Gerhardt will be speaking about how the relationship between interior design, architecture, and landscape architecture are paramount to a successful project.
Apr 20 2016

Plant Spotlight: Red valerian

Fast growing and and a great polilinator!    "The big, bushy perennial reaches about 3 feet tall and wide at maturity. Although it is a full-sun lover, it looks best outside afternoon exposures in the summer. Red valerian features many named varieties in new shades of red, coral and white. This allows you to blend them into beautiful drifts or use individuals where needed in foundation beds or as accents along a picket fence.
Apr 8 2016

Down the Garden Path

Tune in this Sunday for a new installment of Down the Garden Path on‪ ‎QFM96‬ this Sunday at 8:00 am! In the meantime, listen to last weeks podcast! Special guest and certified Arborist, Mark Moore, talks about plant material and selection for your gardens! http://qfm96.com/sunday-morning-programming/down-the-garden-path-040316/‪        
Mar 11 2016

Listen to the Owner of Greenscapes Bill Gerhardt on MIX1079‬ ‪and QFM96‬

Tune into another installment of our interview series called "Down the Garden Path" featuring the owner of Greenscapes Bill Gerhardt & Designer Marc Aubry. They talk about a variety Landscape related topics such as: design, landscape architecture, natural stone etc. Tune in Sunday mornings at 8:00 am! MIX1079‬ ‪#‎QFM96‬                
Mar 2 2016

Greenscapes Loves to hear from our clients!

Greenscapes would like to take the opportunity to thank one of our clients for his thoughtful and complimentary review. Knowing your work is appreciated and approved of is why we do what we do. Visit us on our Houzz page to view a few of our completed projects and designs! http://www.houzz.com/pro/greenscapeslandscapeco/__public  
Feb 15 2016

Listen to Owner Bill Gerhardt on Sunny 95!

This 3 part interview series features the owner of Greenscapes Bill Gerhardt & Designer Marc Aubry. They talk about a variety Landscape related topics such as: design, landscape architecture, natural stone etc. Tune in Sunday mornings!   http://sunny95.com/sunday-morning-programming/from-our-house-to-your-hom...                        
Feb 12 2016

2016 Ohio Mulch presents The Columbus Dispatch Home & Garden Show

Come See Greensacapes at the Home & Garden show from February 20 – 28! We are partnering with Hamilton Remodeling & Builders, Mount Vernon Barn Company, and Moody Nolan Architects on the Tiny Home exhibit.  We are located near the main stage at the west entrance of the Bricker Building!   The address is:  717 East 17th Avenue  Columbus, OH 43211      
Feb 5 2016

Plant Spotlight: Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium)

"You will find this North American prairie grass used quite often in landscapes and large commercial designs due to its great drought-resistance, ease of maintenance and excellent foliage color.  It is being used in mass plantings along roads and highways, as well as in home landscapes.  Little bluestem has a clump-growth habit and grows to around 1 - 2' in height and about as wide.  The flowers appear in August and September and develop well above the foliage, giving it an airy appearance. "