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It's never too early to start your holiday shopping. Not sure what to buy that special gardener in your life? Check out Trademark Landscape's top seven gift ideas and get your season off to a festive start! CALENDAR ARTKeep track of your days and all the major holidays while enjoying the vibrant work of Tucson artist Regina Lord of Creative Kismet. Her 2020 Wall Calendar features colorful illustrations of whimsical birds, flowers and other pretty imagery on the top half and a calendar grid below. Available in limited quantities. ($20) Creative Kismet HUMMINGBIRD BEAUTYEye-catching hanging on a tree or nestled inside...

If you want to create a standout landscape, nothing beats a showstopping plant. It adds drama, presence and vitality, and sometimes all it takes is a single specimen to make a difference. Trademark Landscape loves to incorporate vibrant visual beauty in its gardens. Here are some plants to consider.Photography by Nancy Erdmann PINK MUHLY GRASS(Muhlenbergia capillaris ‘Regal Mist’)This fall-blooming ornamental grass produces beautiful dusky-pink plumes that glow when backlit by the sun. Native to the Southwest, it is drought-tolerant and makes an excellent choice for growing en mass. Plant in full sun or part shade and cut to the ground in...

If you want more color in your landscape but don’t want to bother with flowering perennials, potted containers are by far the easiest way to bring life to the garden. For added impact, try combining a variety of plants, colors and textures in each pot. For inspiration, here are five vibrant garden planters created by Trademark Landscape. Photography by Nancy Erdmann FLIRTING WITH FLOWERSSet atop a pillar, this wide-mouthed container is filled to the brim with (left to right): pink verbena, blue lobelia, ivy, miniature petunias, alyssum and purple angel flower. “The trick here is to balance your flower shapes so that...

Using the right garden tools can mean the difference between getting the work done with ease or ending the day with tired arms, blistered fingers and an aching back. Trademark Landscape recommends having these basics on hand to make tending the garden a joy rather than a chore. Gloves — Aside from protecting your hands and nails from dirt and thorns, they also protect your skin from allergic reactions to plants and fertilizers. For light work, try nitrile-coated gloves. The palms and fingers are covered with a tough but thin flexible material that withstands punctures yet offers an amazing amount of...

We’ve all seen it before, a garden with a mass of plants but nothing that stands out. Then there are those you never forget. More often than not, these landscapes include at least one statement plant that serves as a dramatic focal point. In the Southwest, specimen-size cacti and succulents make excellent focal points. Hardy and drought-tolerant, they can change the look of your yard in an instant. Here are some award-winning examples by Trademark Landscape. DESERT DIVAThis majestic blue cardon cactus, with its multiple arms and bluish hue, defines a front yard entryway. Surrounded by clusters of plants, including Moroccan mound, a saguaro spear, golden barrels and...

If gardening is not your forte or flowers aren’t an option to brighten up your yard, consider painting a wall to bring some unexpected color into your landscape. Just make sure to use good quality masonry paint that’s meant to withstand the elements. Trademark Landscape offers five ideas to bring you inspiration. BE CONSISTENTFollow through with your color choice. Doing so not only ties the look together and creates good flow, but also adds depth to a setting. At this Southwest home, a deep terra-cotta paint applied to a patio wall was duplicated on a second wall visible through the...

Warm weather and fresh air are all the invitation most people need to head outdoors and find a spot to wind down and enjoy the surroundings. So why not make your alfresco space as special as possible. Trademark Landscape offers six ideas for bringing your look together. MODERN ALLURECreating a dedicated patio dining room that doesn’t take up too much space is much easier with chairs and ottomans that are clean-lined and square up to the table. Designed to live outdoors, the pieces in this set are crafted from weather-resistant materials such as aluminum, resin wicker and polyester cushions. Adding a...

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to shower au natural in the open air, there’s something to be said for the exhilarating sensory pleasure it provides. Outdoor showers allow you to rinse off after a day of hiking, gardening, boating or swimming, leaving you clean and refreshed before heading inside. Whether designed to fit the architectural style of your home or incorporated to blend in with your environment, outdoor showers can be as elaborate or simple as you like. Here are some of our favorites: Topped with a latilla-style covering, this tropical shower setting is all about nature with its potted...

With springtime upon us, this is the best time of the year to enjoy a landscape filled with a fiesta of blooms. It’s also a great time to add plant varieties that attract such beautiful butterfly species as monarchs, queens, gulf fritillaries, pipevine swallowtails and painted ladies. Here are some of our favorites plants to draw these fascinating creatures into your yard. COSMOSEasy to grow from seed, this daisy-like annual does well in all sorts of soil conditions and loves the sunshine. Its orange, pink, red, white and yellow blooms not only attract butterflies, but also birds and bees. To keep...

Gloster’s roots can be traced all the way back to West Africa in 1960, where a band of passionate entrepreneurs and furniture makers took the first steps on a long journey. Within 10 years they became the largest furniture producer in Africa supplying finished pieces to many of the top indoor brands in Europe. From the start they were always both environmentally and ethically aware — often using discarded branches and tree stumps, which would otherwise have been burned — to make the smaller components. Within 10 years, Gloster became the largest furniture producer in Africa. Key to their philosophy is the...

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