Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Planting Installation, Cote de Caza

Recently completed planting installation for a residence in Cote de Caza, Orange County. Featured in our residential installation gallery at stevensmithlandscape.com

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Rancho Santa Fe Residence, tree installation

We recently installed a 60" box tree, a California Live Oak Quercus agrifolia at residence in Rancho Santa Fe. A mature California Live Oak can reach up to 70 feet high, with a maximum height at 20 years of 25 feet.
The photos show our crew offloading and positioning the tree for the installation.

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Plant of the Month: March 2011

Echeveria lilacina or 'Ghost Echeveria' is from the family Crassulaceae which contains 1400 species,  commonly known as succulents that store water in their fleshy leaves.  E. lilacina is an attractive, slow growing species with pale-gray/green or whitish leaves forming rosettes up to 10" across and coral-colored flowers that appear on reddish stems in spring. Drought tolerant and good in rock gardens.

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