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Apr 30 2015

Landscaping ideas that will make next winter bearable

One of the home gardener’s first rites of spring is to often put behind them any memory of the barren and colorless landscape that they endured over winter. With everything in the yard exploding to life, it’s only natural to jump right in and get busy planting for the future.
Apr 16 2015

Greenscapes Owner to appear on WTVN-610 AM Radio (4/18/15)

President and Owner Bill Gerhardt will be speaking on the Ron Wilson Gardening Show on WTVN-610 AM radio show at 11:06am this Saturday (4/18/15). Bill will discuss landscape topics and events at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
Apr 13 2015

Decorators Showhouse

Decorators’ Show House is a biennial event that raises funds to support the Columbus Museum of Art. The signature event has been a central Ohio tradition for more than 40 years. Interior and landscape designers will completely transform the home displaying the latest trends and techniques in home design. The home will be open for public tours April 21 – May 10, 2015. Ticket information can be found at the following link: http://www.columbusmuseum.org/support-cma/dsh2015/      
Mar 31 2015

Greenscapes Owner to appear on Sunny 95 (94.7 fm)

President and Owner of Greenscapes Landscape Architects and Contractors, Bill Gerhardt, will be giving an interview with Marty Reed on Sunny 95 (94.7 fm) on Sunday April 12th, 2015. He will be speaking about the company and current Landscape trends.    Tune in!   http://sunny95.com/sunday-morning-programming/shows/from-our-home-to-you...        
Mar 20 2015

Dam Removal Restores Aquatic life to the Olentangy

  "Eliminating a dam allows fish migration to resume and enables the recolonization of the natural vegetation along the waterway. Once the artificial pool formed by the dam is gone, riffles often form, creating a variety of aquatic habitats. This spawns spikes in animal diversity. Beds of water-willow form on newly exposed rocky shallows, providing cover for young fish. Everything from redhorse sucker fish to dragonflies to stream-loving plants prospers."   Read more at:
Mar 6 2015

Project Spotlight: Lakewood Residence

A beautiful project Greenscapes did for a homeowner in lakewood bordering the majestic shores of Lake Erie. In the front, this project featured "Brussels" block pavers with a "Unigranite" border. The rear patio was made of "Richcliff" pavers, which are designed to look like natural bluestone. The entire property was planted, and natural stone was used throughout.
Feb 13 2015

Home & Garden Show

Thinking of doing a remodeling project or a room addition to your home? Come hear from the experts everything you need to know about tying landscaping into your future projects. Join Greenscapes at the Ohio Expo Center Home & Garden show, February 14 at 2:00 pm, for a talk with one our Landscape Designers Marc Aubry. He will be speaking with Stephen Dempsey, a Design Consultant at Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers. More information on the Home & Garden show can be found at this link http://www.dispatchhomeandgardenshow.com/spring-show/
Feb 6 2015

Owner Bill Gerhardt on the Dave Fox Show 02/08/15

President and founder of Greenscapes Landscape Co., Bill Gerhardt, will be on the Dave Fox show (610 AM radio) this Sunday 02/08/15. He will be speaking on a variety of Landscape related topics from 8 - 9 am. Tune in! 
Jan 27 2015

Greenscapes Awarded The Best of Houzz Award 2015!

Greenscapes work won in the Design category; our landscape design portfolio includes some of the most popular images on Houzz.com in 2014.  View Greenscapes award here: http://www.houzz.com/badges/user/greenscapeslandscapeco
Nov 21 2014

Let Kids Go Wild in the Garden!

Wildlife gardens provide a great opportunity for children to learn about nature in their own backyard.  Here are some ideas to let kids go wild in the garden.   Fall and winter are crucial seasons to provide food and shelter for birds.  Migrating birds may pass through your yard on a thousand mile trek; those who remain are faced with diminished food supplies and freezing temperatures.  Kids can have fun and feel good about a project that helps feed or shelter birds that stay through the winter.