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Earthworks Landscaping Company specializes in outdoor environments for the discerning property owner. We provide design, installation, and maintenance for all phases of landscaping, irrigation, lighting, pavers, retaining walls and much more.

Have you heard about the amazing hardscapes that we can design and install with pavers and natural stone? These materials make beautiful patios, driveways, and walkways that will last for many years to come. Call our design professionals to schedule a visit to discuss the possibilities for your landscape.

For quality, and an uncompromising approach to customer service, Earthworks Landscaping Company is the smart choice for all of your landscaping needs. Call us today for a free consultation.

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News and Landscaping Tips from Earthworks

Tried and True – Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine)

We were working on a farm near Berryville this past spring.  Richard, our foreman, pointed to a rock outcropping and said "check this out!".  What we were looking at were Wild Columbine growing out of the cracks on the north side of these boulders and they were in full bloom (see photo).  I've come across the native plants growing in … [continue reading]

“What do you do in the winter?”

Yes, we are now into our ‘slow’ season.  Although we would love to vacation in warmer weather, we have the winter months to get a lot of work accomplished in preparation for our busier seasons.   We are often asked, “What do you do in the winter time”?  Our answer: There is a lot we can do over the winter months.     1.      Design and … [continue reading]

Pruning Basics, Part 2

When And What To Prune Continuing from our earlier blog, the second issue is when to prune.  Generally you are safe to prune a plant soon after it blooms.  If a plant blooms in spring, the buds were set in Autumn;  prune it after it blooms in spring and you won't diminish bud formation in fall.  If a plant blooms in summer or autumn, … [continue reading]