“Hedge Fun”

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The whimsical display of yielding shrubbery is the ultimate expression with great rewards. Take a risk for the sake of art and wonder—be the standout visionary in your neighborhood.

Give yourself a high gratifying return for investing in your surrealist ambitions. The maze of discovery exists not only in your own backyard but in plain sight for all admirers to treasure.

Take the average hedge grooming to new heights. The ordinary is so dull these days. Spiral into the world of the mighty green arches and bold displays. Shape up the old perception—put an abstract spin on a linear view. There’s a lot of fun to be had in your green space. Show some edge!


“High Court”

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The luxury of treasured space is a mere dream. Reflect your penchant for rich traditionalism piece by piece with every step of the warm red bricks. Indulge and extend your charm beyond imagination.

Comfort has a colorful view. Surround yourself in tight knit cluster of hydrangeas and ajanias and enjoy the serenity. Reserve your sights for the bevy of violas and petunias whenever the walls from within seem so grim.

State your true ambition. The Architectural Digest has enough features to tempt the stylish needs with the highest order. Let’s look past the monotony and the uninspired norms of outdoor living. Life is supreme!

“Look on the Bright Side”


Neons, pastels and everything bright in every angle of your dream scenery. Nature’s colorful visuals are a reminder of illuminating hope even under the darkness of harsh realities around.

The desires of a vibrant terrain exists only if you allow it— Just ask your local landscape designer! Take advantage of the season’s blooming hightlights.

Fall/Spring/Summer bestows the beauties of Orange Tulips, Primerose, Seafoam Daisies, Japanese anemones, Iris Germanicas, Corlarette Dhalias. Reflect your vivid palettes and show your true colors. The options are limitless—Your vision is quite brilliant!

“Waste Not”

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As Ben Simon humbly expresses, “People don’t realize how much food we waste here in this country”. The Imperfect Produce founder has established an opportunity to provide a life-changing platform to change the way we consume our local produce.  He reminds us all of the responsibility we have to a sustainable economy and agriculture even in the time of growing market demands and increasing population.

“America wastes 40% of our food…20% of America’s produce never make it off the farm because of small cosmetic challenges” Simon continues—is an alarming reality of a skewed market perception and consumer excess. The negative economic and environmental impact perhaps is a wake up call for us to make fruitful strides from a growing issue. I definitely appreciate  a “reduced price” bag of slightly bruised and an oddly shaped tomatoes on the isolated “reject”tray of produce items—It’s not as bad as it seems. Being part of the solution means to overlook nature’s blemishes. After all, we  crave compassion even as imperfect beings.