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A green movement in landscape design has prompted sensitivity in creating surroundings that conserve energy, further environment
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Fall 2017 – Trends for Montana 2017
Outdoor kitchens and BBQ islands topped the list last year as the fastest growing trend both nationally and locally in Montana with no signs of slowing down. Residents are beginning to expand their homes to include a comfortable space outside to enjoy the spectacular Montana landscape. See how our professionals use their 70 years of experience to transform your backyard into your paradise!
Fall 2016 – This issue is special…
I am going to give you an insight to our company roots and the person that made our company what it is today. I am a 3rd generation landscape contractor. I probably would not be where I am today had it not been for my grandfather, Jim Wagner. As a child I would roam his gardens, admire the many varieties of plants and color that grew before me. His fish ponds always would beckon me to look closer. Adorned with water lilies, sedges, and cattails, the fish and frogs would dart from side to side as my shadow chased them around the pond. This man has made his mark on me and the company I represent and I would like to share his influence with you.
Fall 2015 – Western Timber Frame
Fall 2013 Issue 3 – Planning Your Dream Yard
If you are considering a landscape project now or in the near future—the planning process should start well before you want the finished product. Today, landscaping means more than just plants, grass, and a few ornaments. It includes features such as lighting, fences, gardens, garden paths, raised patios, fire pits, ponds and streams, fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, and even outdoor living rooms.
Spring 2013 Issue 2 – Curb Appeal
Whether you are designing, building, or selling a residential or commercial property or just trying to catch the attention of a business prospect or present a positive “quality” brand image. Curb appeal is similar in many ways to the personal— first impression. How people initially perceive you (appearance) is a key factor in whether or not they stop and engage you and your brand (property or business).