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California Landscaping Ideas

Ideas / August 16, 2017

Landscape ShowcaseCongratulations to the winner of the 2016 Landscape Design Competition
Professional Image Landscaping and Luxury Outdoor Living

Gary Brown Enterprises, producers of the Northern California Home & Landscape Expo, has developed a reputation for not only having the best 'home show' but also the most landscaping for gardening enthusiasts to enjoy!

This year's Landscape Design Competition will feature current trends in the landscape. Area designers have submitted their best designs and only a select few were invited to participate. Be sure to spend some time admiring the displays and see who is this year's winner!

2017 FEATURED DESIGN COMPETITORS

CreativeScapes Earthscapes with Premier Pools
Under Juniper Landscape & Development

- SPONSORS -
  • Sustainable Landscaping for 2017
  • Family Friendly Landscapes
  • Lose Your Lawn & Create a Drought Tolerant Landscape from Beginning to End
  • The Process of Designing Your Own Outdoor Living Environment
  • Pruning Japanese Maples in the Landscape
  • From Seed to Table-Your Edible Landscape

UC Master Gardeners are available to answer questions, solve gardening problems and share ideas. Information is available on fruit trees and vegetables, along with soil, irrigation and fertilizing tips. Rain or not, conserving water in the landscape is always an easy way to save money on your water bill. Talk with a Master Gardener to learn about drip irrigation and how to grow beautiful water efficient plants. Another great feature will be about composting, both backyard and kitchen, plus worm vermiculture.


Sacramento Tree Foundation

Growing a Better Future

The Sacramento Tree Foundation is building healthy, livable communities by growing the best urban forest in the nation. They do this through education, volunteerism, and community activation bringing lasting change to our community one tree at a time. They believe every resident of our region deserves to live on tree-lined streets, visit tree-lined parks, and go to tree-lined schools. Their goal is to leverage key programs to empower and support a neighborhoods desire to improve their community through tree planting and care.

Source: www.homeandlandscapeexpo.com