Garden Lawn Designs experts present our annual springtime flower. Snapdragons get their name from the dragon-shaped flower which, when pinched properly, will open and snap shut. Contact A popular flower, snapdragons are an annual plant which grows best in cool weather with full sun exposure in humus rich soil. These flowers grow and are indigenous… Read More


Antonucci Lawn and Garden is continuing its series on local plants and trees. So with spring in full force, we would like to highlight some of our favorite springtime Annuals that we will be planting over the next 2 to 3 weeks. Petunias One of the most popular annuals to plant, homeowners love Petunias for… Read More


Another High Sierra favorite, Antonucci Lawn and Garden is highlighting the Quaking Aspen. Contact How The Quaking Aspen Got Its Name This brilliant tree is also known as the Trembling Aspen, named appropriately because of its leaves. The aspen’s leaves are flat with a lengthy stalk, creating the trembling or quaking effect in the light… Read More


Antonucci Lawn and Garden brings you one of the most popular trees for both commercial and residential landscaping- the Autumn Blaze Maple Tree. Contact The Autumn Blaze maple is actually a cross between the Red maple (Acer Rubrum)  and Silver maple (Acer Saccharinum) trees.  The Red maple contributes to the strength and color of the… Read More


Antonucci Lawn and Garden brings you a Northern Nevada favorite- the Chanticleer pear tree. Contact With spring upon us, we are seeing some beautiful trees and plants blossoming here in Northern Nevada. One, in particular, is the Chanticleer pear tree. The Chanticleer pear is a deciduous tree that maintains a very attractive look throughout all… Read More


Remodel Series Today we are preparing for our trip out to Austin, Nevada for a 6-day residential landscape project. We are going to be installing an irrigation system, 9 large trees, and 4,600 square feet of Sod. We are going to post daily updates throughout the entirety of the week, and discuss our process! If… Read More