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Category: Garden Design
11 Apr
2019

What’s Happening Now – April

We are officially two weeks into spring and no one has told the weather. These random cold snaps can be deadly for plants that are just sprouting and potted plants. If you’re worried about the new little shoots in your garden, try covering them with plastic or garden fleece. This will help keep them from..

09 Apr
2019

Sit A While

At Art of Stone Gardening, our goal is to help you enjoy your outdoor spaces. We plant flowers, build decorative walls, fix drainage issues, prune and maintain gardens to create a beautiful and functional space for you and your family. We want these areas to be used and admired, we want you to be able..

04 Apr
2019

Featuring Water Features

Fountains are a  beautiful center piece that can be integrated into any garden. They create focal points, seating areas, and conversation starters.  Most fountains can be sorted into two categories; with a pond or with out. Beyond that, fountains come in every shape, material and size you can imagine. This fountain, with water pouring from..

20 Mar
2019

Veggie Garden to Veggie Table

Has anyone else noticed the growing trend of home gardens? Between the shift towards green living, food preppers, and the general concern of healthier living, more and more people are deciding to grow their own food. Having a home vegetable garden saves you money on grocery bills, teaches kids hands-on life lessons, and can give..

13 Mar
2019

Whats Happening Now, March

As spring draws ever closer, more and more flowers are starting to bloom. Including the beautiful Star Magnolia (Magnolia stellata). It’s  deciduous, meaning it looses it’s leaves in the fall, and has bright white flowers that bloom in early spring. With all the rain that we’ve been having, one of our clients was having difficulty..

06 Mar
2019

Pick Your Pebbles

Most homes or gardens have some kind of gravel; in pathways, driveways, drains, or simply as an accent. The kind of gravel you choose depends on the project and the surrounding landscape. There are two major categories when it comes to gravel, crushed stone and river rock. Crushed stone is often made from granite or..

20 Feb
2019

Locally Grown Landscapers

Any one can dig a hole in the ground and put in a plant. But if that’s all you do, the plant might survive but it won’t thrive. Along the same line, you can plant any kind of plant any where. But will it live? Is it adapted to survive the heat of a North..

24 Jan
2019

What’s Happening Now

Welcome to the first What’s Happening Now post! These will replace our What’s Blooming Now posts, but don’t worry, we’ll still include a flower of the month. These posts will keep you up to date on our current projects, and hopefully inspire some of your own. Happy New Year from the Art of Stone team!..

10 Jan
2019

Step it Up! Stylish Stone

How often do you think about your outdoor stairs? Probably not very often unless someone trips and falls on them. As the ground shifts over the years or as wood rots away, your stairs can become uneven or hollow. So if your steps start to look like the ones below, it might be time to..

02 Jan
2019

Does your landscape have any bones?

Winter in North Georgia is not always a wonderland. What snow we do get is mostly ice and only causes trouble when it sticks around. And without picturesque silver white snow, most yards just look dead during the winter. Sound familiar? If so, your landscape needs some bones. The bones of a landscape are it’s..