“Nature is so powerful, so strong. Capturing its essence is not easy – your work becomes a dance with light and the weather. It takes you to a place within yourself.” — Annie Leibovitz
“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.” – John Burroughs
We’re approaching that time of year where not much plant life can survive outside, and not many people want to be outside. In this Team Great Lakes discussion, we discuss the different ways you can bring the outdoors in, which can really help during those long winter months. Included are useful tips for plants, terrariums, succulents, and more! We’ve also included images of some of the custom designed centerpieces we’ve made thus far this season.
Alicia and Jeremy of Team Great Lakes discuss winter & holiday decor, and the different directions you can take it based on how you celebrate the season. Also watch as they deconstruct the autumn display at the Great Lakes Headquarters and create our beautiful winter display!
Landscape designer, Jeremy, sits down with landscape stylist, Alicia, to discuss fall decor. Includes ideas and tips on keeping your pots and displays from getting stale no matter what the season!
We’ve just added several new photos to the gallery on our website, click here to check it out!
This is the first installment in our new series of Team Great Lakes discussions! Team Great Lakes sits down to discuss: WATER FEATURES. Including choosing a water feature that’s right for you, maintenance, and the benefits of bringing a piece of nature to your own home.
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Click here and like us on Facebook, and share if you feel so inclined! We’re always posting a variety of images from jobs we’ve completed, updates from past jobs, landscape tips, and more! Because who doesn’t want MORE? We take pride in bringing our clients closer to nature whether that’s via beautiful images or in their own backyard. This image is from just a few of our Spring/Summer pots from this past season. So juicy! Just a little over a month before we begin the Fall pot season.