Irrigation Service Division

Color Landscapes announces the launch of their new Irrigation Service Division. Our new Irrigation Service Technician, Ryan, is able to install, troubleshoot and repair irrigation systems for commercial and residential properties.  He can handle all makes and brands of irrigation systems.  Ryan will be helping on our maintenance properties with the spring start ups, fall shut downs and the...Learn More

Time to Plan Your Vegetable Garden!

It’s that time of year again- time to get out the tiller, and start those garden plants from seeds to plant in your yearly vegetable garden! Our tips below should get you started: Planning your vegetable garden Any old spot won’t do when planning where to plant vegetables. The site location is of the utmost importance.  It must have...Learn More

Creating a Community for All Seasons

Bryce Lane is coming to Elon University on March 13th for a free seminar. The event will be held at the Koury Business Center at 7pm. Seating is limited so please RSVP on the New Leaf Society's website.  A reception will follow. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear from this Nationally-recognized horticulture...Learn More


TIPS on the WINTER LANDSCAPE: Finding Mother  Natures Paintbrush.Against a barren winter canvas, surprising impact is still found in your landscape:                        Texture, color and structure can still be found in the landscape, despite the lack of much vegetation this time of year. Plant material, even without its foliage,...Learn More

“Fall into our Great Autumn Planting Tips!”

  Its that time of year again- Fall is here! As fall weather moves into the Triad, things in the    landscape will start to slow down. It is time to stop putting off some of that fall landscape maintenance while you were playing this summer! Any work you are able to do now will be less you have to...Learn More

Lori Hawkins ASLA’s first post with Color Landscapes- Happy to be in Burlington!

This is my first post as the new Landscape Architect at Color Landscapes! I am very excited to be a part of their team and also about the new possibilities that exist in the Burlington and  Raleigh areas. Please feel free to give me a call at (336) 213-5820 if you have an outdoor project you would like to...Learn More

Spring Flowers

"April showers bring May flowers" The Color Landscapes flower crew has been very busy installing over 12,000 4" pots of annual flowers.  We install annual color at properties from Greensboro to Apex.  The crew started the first week in May and plans to finish later this week.   The crew works tirelessly to remove the fall flowers, add soil...Learn More

Southern Ideal Home Show in Greensboro, NC

It is time for the Southern Ideal Home Show at the Greensboro Coliseum.  If you are looking to do any home improvements this is a GREAT resource to meet a number of vendors and contractors.  Color Landscapes is going to be in the Showcase Gardens again this year.  The Gardens are always a big hit among the visitors and provide homeowners...Learn More

It is fall why does my yard have weeds?

Many homeowners are noticing weeds in their turf this time of year.  It is very common to see crabgrass and other weeds in your lawn right now.  The pre-emergent that was put down to control weeds in the summer is designed to break down by now to make way for seed germination.  Fescue turf should we aerated, fertilzed and seeded in September...Learn More

Fall 2011 Annual Flower Options

Summer is the time of year to plan for Fall flowers.  Nurseries are busy taking orders and getting ready to plant seeds for the beautiful colors of Fall!  Color Landscapes will be installing Fall annuals in October. Here are some of the annual options available this year.  For the full list click on the link below. Fall 2011 Flower...Learn More