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Celebrate Independence in your Own Backyard

Wood Burning Fire Pit

The annual celebration of our nation’s independence is a wonderful opportunity to gather with friends and family in our outdoor spaces. Whether we’re planning a large picnic or simply enjoying the beautiful summer weather, July beckons us outdoors. Understanding Your Vision  A patio right outside your home’s main living area eases the transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. With this …

Our Company’s Experiences with COVID-19

Horizon President Michael Kukol

It is time for New Jersey and the country to open!  We need to go back to living our lives. We at Horizon Landscape closed for the two weeks when our governor required the state to shut down. I myself contracted the virus, testing positive the week prior to the shutdown. But since that two-week mandatory shutdown, our company has …

A Prayer for COVID-19

Heavenly Father, Maker of Heaven and Earth We thank you that you know all things. We thank you that nothing surprises you. We thank you that everything that happens, even global pandemics, passes through your fatherly hands. We thank you that you alone provide for all our needs. Shelter us in the shadow of your Almighty Care. Hear our prayer, ...

Love your Landscape in 2020

Red and white hearts, paper lace, and Cupids remind us that February is the month of love. Valentine’s Day decorations are everywhere. We share kind words and sweet tokens of affection with family, friends, and coworkers. Giving and receiving these expressions brings us joy. This February, you can also make plans to love your landscape. How do you love your …

Hope for Christmas

As the calendar draws us closer to December 25th, many of us are feeling the Christmas crunch. Shopping, baking, cleaning, cooking, parties, concerts, and travel cram our schedules. Our brains are on Christmas-overload. One thing we can all agree on, Christmastime is b-u-s-y. Buying the perfect gift, gathering with family and friends, and enjoying the holiday atmosphere bring us joy …

Thanksgiving is a time to Reflect, Readjust, and be Grateful

Thanksgiving is a time when we pause to reflect on the past year. We count our blessings, remember the struggles, and thank God for the bounty that the fall harvest represents. Autumn’s cool, crisp air and early evenings draw us indoors where cozy slippers, sweaters, fireplaces, and steaming mugs not only warm our bodies but gladden our hearts. We are …

Bluestone Patio Paver Ideas

Bluestone Paver Patio

A Bluestone paver patio may be in your next redesign after reading this blog because we’ll show you why it’s used by architects and landscape designers to create doorways, staircases, patios, and pathways. It’s cool tones of blues, greys, and purples make it a unique color combination not found in other natural stone. American Bluestone is quarried close by in …

Ideas to Enhance your Outdoor Patio Lighting

The outdoor space around your home can be in use year round.  You will enjoy and use your outdoor space areas more when there is outdoor patio lighting.  Any homeowner can see the outdoor spaces in the daytime, but at night, it gets dark and thus not enjoyed. Have you considered some outdoor landscape lighting that looks natural? Highlighting Themes …

May is a month of renewal

Spring time

May is a month of renewal  in our gardens Spring rains nourish the ground as the first flowers of the season peek out from the warming soil. May is a month of renewal. Temperatures gently rise, trees bear their buds, flowers blossom, and wildlife becomes more active. Even in the most urban areas, the signs of spring abound. Perennials emerge …

Chickweed – Salad or Weed

Chickweed

Chickweed.   Why won’t deer do us all a favor and eat this plant?  It sure looks like salad in our lawns and shrub beds every spring. Chickweed is unusual in that it is a winter growing annual weed that loves rich moist soil (remind us of all the rain we have had this winter and spring?) and continues to grow …