Autumn is just around the corner, and we are more than ready for the transition to crisp, cool weather. However, as many of us are gearing up to head back into the office at least a few days a week, it's important to think through how we will transition our outdoor spaces this fall to accommodate our new schedules. In the same vein, our outdoor spaces are sure to become more sacred than ever as we navigate our new normals and will likely experience more hustle and bustle in our daily lives.
First-time gardeners that discovered a new passion for plants during the pandemic and long-time horticulturalists alike will have to navigate caring for their lawns and gardens with less flexibility and time at home, but there are plenty of ways to ensure your landscaping stays in pristine condition. We looked to landscape architect Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates and Joe Raboine, director of Belgard Residential Hardscapes, to share emerging landscaping trends and help us prepare our landscapes for a season of hosting, harvesting, and finding solace in the great outdoors.
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