Xeriscaping is a landscaping method that utilizes water conservation techniques. It’s great for homes in dry climates, for those who want to decrease the pollution they put into the world, or for people who want to revamp their yard’s look. Are you thinking of xeriscaping your front yard? Well, there are many benefits of xeriscaping,… Read More


Winter games, crackling fires, and delicious foods – there are many reasons why hosting an outdoor party during winter can make for a great party. As long as you can keep your guests happy and warm, there are many activities that are only best when there is snow on the ground and a frost in… Read More


Winter Yard Care Tending to your yard during the cold, winter months doesn’t sound the most appealing, but it makes all the difference when springtime begins. Residential landscape design is important for the exterior of your property, but when it comes to harsh winter months, you should avoid common landscaping mistakes. To ensure that you… Read More


With the fall season in full swing and winter quickly approaching, the weather is getting colder and it is getting darker earlier. This is the perfect time to start thinking about your outdoor lighting and how you can update your current landscape lighting. Antonucci Lawn and Garden has a few landscape lighting techniques that will… Read More


As the summer comes to an end and the fall approaches, it is the ideal time to start planting flowers and vegetables that thrive in the fall and winter seasons and will help you in achieving the perfect fall landscape. There are many upsides to landscaping and gardening in the fall, such as soil temperature… Read More


Don’t believe that beautiful gardens can exist in the desert? Creating a lively, functional and creative landscape in our desert climate can be a reality with a plan in place. Learning what paving materials, native plants, irrigation systems and other designs to use can greatly influence the design of your desert landscaping. Here are some… Read More


What is Xeriscape? A form of softscape, xeriscaping is the practice of designing landscape specifically for areas susceptible to drought. Literally meaning “dry landscape”, xeriscape landscaping focuses on water conservation using plants with low water requirements. When you think of drought-tolerant plants, images of cacti and succulents come to mind, not leafy greens and flowering… Read More