Posts Categorized: Residential Landscaping

Register Guard Reader’s Choice Award for Landscaping 2017

At Living Concepts, we are very proud of our community and environment. We love the people we work with and the outdoor spaces where we spend most of our time. For these reasons, we are so honored to receive a Register Guard Reader’s Choice Award for Landscaping 2017. Our Community We love the Eugene/Springfield area… Read more »

Sprinkler System Installation

In our environment, sprinklers are a must to keep yards green year round. We install many sprinkler systems to fit yards of all shapes and sizes, or as part of newly constructed spaces. Here is a brief look into the sprinkler system installation process. Design We design sprinkler systems either to match previously existing yards or as… Read more »

Container Gardens

Landscapes of any size will benefit with the added color and beauty of container gardens. Adding a color spot on an apartment balcony, back yard deck, or adorning your front entry brings added value and beauty to your environment. Benefits of Container Gardens: A container garden is great for beginning gardeners or as a family project… Read more »

Spring Flowers

The Heralds of Spring Look closely. Really, as you drive through your neighborhood, or take a stroll to the park, just glance into the passing flowerbeds and you will see them – The Heralds of Spring. They are beautiful. They are fragrant and they are the messengers of what is to come. Tired of the… Read more »

The Danger and Beauty of Frosty Lawns

Frosty Lawns: The Dazzling Danger If you live in Lane County, you will deal with frosty lawns. Maybe this is your favorite time of year, waking up with a shimmering white blanket over your yard that shines brightly in the morning light. Or maybe this is the time of year where you feel like maintaining your… Read more »

Bioswales

What is a bioswale? A bioswale is a landscaping feature that acts as a filtration system for surface runoff water. They are environmentally friendly alternatives to storm water sewer systems that merely drain unfiltered runoff water into our rivers and streams. Often found near parking lots and roadsides, bioswales filter silt and pollutants such as… Read more »