Putting Green Project

By |November 28th, 2017|

Pool Or Putting Green? How About Both?
It may not be the time of year that most people think of swimming or golf… But this is Texas and you never know. One forward thinking homeowner in Plano recently contacted Empire Landscaping for some help transforming his backyard. They had been considering ways to add some additional […]

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Low Maintenance Landscapes

By |July 23rd, 2017|

Low Maintenance Landscaping For Plano Homeowners
Anybody else notice that this time of year it gets just a little bit hot around Plano, Allen and North Texas corridor? No doubt about it, the heat gets oppressive not only to people but landscaping as well. For that reason, many people pick this time of year to seek […]

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Landscape With River Rock

By |March 23rd, 2017|

Plano Homeowners Love Landscaping With River Rock
Here in the Plano, Allen and North Texas corridor, river rock is one of the most popular products used for landscaping Beautiful North Texas Lawns. And what’s not to love? It comes in endless shapes, sizes and colors so it can be made to compliment any homes landscaping.

In this […]

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Fall Landscaping In Sachse

By |October 13th, 2016|

Late Fall Gives Sachse Homeowners Chance To Improve Landscaping With Natural Stone
Here in North Texas, we seldom get real cold weather. And these extended October warm temperatures have allowed Patrick Wilson and the crew at Empire Landscaping an opportunity tackle even more projects. This family in Sachse liked the look of previous work that Empire […]

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Stone Landscaping Project In Plano Texas

By |August 15th, 2016|

Oklahoma Chopped Stone Adds Natural, Refined Look To Front Yards In Plano
Plano Texas is blessed with many homes with beautiful landscapes. It is very common for Patrick Wilson, owner of Empire Landscaping to receive calls from homeowners who like, but don’t love their front lawn landscaping. They wonder if Patrick can offer anything unique and […]

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Pool Landscaping In Prosper Texas

By |July 10th, 2016|

Pool Landscaping Adds Privacy As It Grows
Empire Landscaping recently consulted with a family in Prosper Texas about pool landscaping ideas for their new pool. Patrick Wilson, owner of this Top Plano Landscaping Company met with the family and listened to their needs. The family wanted a balance between beauty, privacy and ease of maintenance. After […]

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Landscaping Trends for 2016

By |June 6th, 2016|

in 2015, the trends in architectural landscaping and gardening elements focused on comfort and lifestyle, being cost-efficient and eco-friendly. This year, the American Society of Landscape Architectures (ASLA) survey projected the biggest consumer interest, will be in the conservation of water, e.g. rainwater/graywater collection. For many places, integrating environmentally friendly landscape solutions to substantially reduce […]

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Landscaping Labyrinth In Highland Park

By |May 13th, 2016|

Landscaping Labyrinth Utilizes Empty Space
Recently Empire Landscaping was asked to consult with this homeowner in Highland Park. The issue was an overly shady spot in the back yard that prevented sustained landscaping growth. The homeowner knew they had many options to choose from but were concerned about finding one that matched the neighborhood and created […]

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Thoughts on Pool Landsscaping

By |April 27th, 2016|

Everyone likes a stylish pool design? A beautiful deck and the most beautiful tiles around the pool can brighten up the outdoor space for you. It is the sort of investment that you would not wish to say not to. The honest truth is, a well maintained yard lets you finalize your swimming pool area […]

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The concept of Foodscaping

By |April 25th, 2016|

Look at all that lawn … Actually, no, don’t.

Charlie Nardozzi is one of a new breed of “foodscapers” that wants lawn owners to look at their yards a little differently. “Look at this with different eyes, with a different lens,” he said. Instead of that pot of petunias? How about nasturtiums? To replace that mandatory […]

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