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Category Archives: Native Landscapes

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A Pergola for so many reasons…

A pergola is a garden feature forming a shaded walkway, passageway, or sitting area of vertical posts or pillars that usually support cross-beams and a sturdy open lattice, often upon which woody vines are trained. Sounds pretty basic, right? If you get a pergola from F. A. Hobson Landscaping it will be much more than [...]

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One call changes it all…

Your outdoor home can look amazing with one simple call to F. A. Hobson Landscaping. Your yard can become an amazing extension of your home that you and your family will absolutely love for many years to come. Our unique, custom designs are built specifically for your home and property, making your home truly one [...]

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Let us build your dream outdoor home…

We hope that you had a wonderful weekend outside! It was a bit warm, but nothing like the previous weekend. Did you see a way to improve your surroundings? Maybe a custom pergola for beauty and shade, or a new patio to replace a deck or crumbling patio?  From complete outdoor kitchens to paver-bloc driveways, [...]

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Go with a stone retaining wall…

A well built stone wall from F. A. Hobson Landscaping will be functional and it will give your property a classic look and feel. It can resist the lateral pressure of soil and we will build it to last for many years to come.  Why go with something that looks ‘utility’ when we can design [...]

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Go with native plants for many reasons…

Native plants are those that occur naturally in the region in which they evolved. Once established, native plants generally require little maintenance. Because native plants are adapted to local environmental conditions, they require far less water than foreign or “exotic” plants. They also provide a vital habitat for birds and many other species of wildlife. [...]

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