The right plant choices not only frame your paths with distinction, but they also take you on a journey of the senses, says Jessica Nockolds, a Houzz Contributor.  Nockolds continues - With careful planning and planting, your garden pathways and borders can be transformed from ordinary thoroughfares to dynamic spaces that…
As a member of the landscape industry, Schmechtig Landscapes subscribes to many organizations feeding us the latest news, trends and events in our industry.  Here are the 2016 Residential Landscape Architecture Trends survey results including top ten design trends conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).  Landscape architects…
This season upgrade your home's outdoors with vintage style reclaimed parts, vibrant paint colors, cushions, potted plants, ambience and partial shade with a pergola and more.  Here are 37 ideas to get you started:  http://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/home-and-garden/37-easy-ways-to-upgrade-your-outdoor-rooms/ss-BBpFoF4?ocid=DELLDHP  Courtesy of msn.com's home and garden section and bobvilla.com   Shade Ideas using a Pergola, Sheldon Landscape, Lake…
Piccata is a classic preparation for chicken, but can be heavy on your diet as it's a butter and wine-based sauce. This lighter version saves you calories by adding the zip of white wine with a tiny bit of vinegar to finish (as opposed to a cup or more simmered…

Is Dirt the New Prozac?

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 13:49
Imagine - you are feeling so depressed that you visit your doctor and request a prescription for a mood elevator.  Instead of writing a prescription for Prozac or a similar antidepressant they advise you to get dirty.  It has been said microbes in dirt tweak the same neurons that are…
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