The Association for Professional Landscape Designer’s (APLD) International Landscape Design Award winners have been announced for 2017 and TLC Gardens is excited to announce that 2 of our projects have won awards (Silver and Bronze)! These awards honor the best in Landscape Design by APLD members. Our winning designs will be featured in the association’s annual award issue
We are excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website!
After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our redesigned website. You can still find us at https://tlcgardens.com/
The new website’s fresh look highlights our residential and commercial projects, including the 3 award winning projects. Be sure to click
The Association for Professional Landscape Designer’s (APLD) International Landscape Design Award winners are being announced and TLC Gardens is thrilled to win 2 Silver Awards and 1 Bronze Award for 2016! Awards honor the best in Landscape Design by APLD members. TLC Gardens’s winning designs will be featured in the association’s annul award issue of “The Designer” and
We are excited to announce the formation of the Colorado chapter of APLD.
Our board members are ….
Cheri Stringer – President
Bill Melvin – President Elect
Lynn Strosburg – Secretary
Kristin Wachtel – Treasurer
Chris Woods – Member at large
We meet monthly and invite you to join us for our 2016 calendar events listed below!
The Profiles feature of our blog highlights companies we are inspired by. We are excited to feature LLG International in Cheri’s article written for ASLA’s “The Field“.
At LLG we recognize that attaining sustainability means respecting the reciprocal relationships inherent in living systems. As we all know, our species has leveraged our economy with industrial thought models
Our clients for this project first contacted us to create a landscape plan for the front of their home that would address the eroding ditch running the entire length of the property front. Taking into consideration the clients’ objectives, we designed a comprehensive landscape plan for the site broken into several implementation phases. The first phase shown here involved
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum
Common Name: Mum
Description: Chrysanthemum plants are just about the easiest of all of the perennials to grow. Mums should be planted in early spring after all danger of freezing, however they can be planted almost any time, as long as they have time to establish their root system before the hottest weather.
Maintenance: Chrysanthemums grow