How to Survive Interiorscaping in the Summer Heat

Summer is here. While I can’t write at length about the challenges of interiorscaping in the winter months (because we experience so few days of those), I can give some advice on working in the heat of the summer. Those days in Central Texas are numerous and long. They can be brutal to plants, the […]

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The Poor Horticulturist’s Guide to La...

There are a few things I dread doing as an interiorscaper and one of those is creating proposals. Every time I have to sit in front of a computer[...]  » Read More

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Partnering on Regional or National In...

You may have received the call, “we have a client in your area and we’d like know if you can service them.” It’s an opportunity to be the s[...]  » Read More

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Fertilizing Tips for a Healthy Interi...

I started in the horticulture industry growing ornamentals in greenhouses where fertilizer was mixed in giant water tanks every day to promote ra[...]  » Read More

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How to Make a Great First Impression ...

First impressions are important as the saying confirms, “You’ll never get a second chance to make a first great impression.” From 3 to 10 seconds[...]  » Read More

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