Boost the Curb Appeal of Your Santa Clara Home

By Julian / September 10, 2020

If you want to draw the right attention to your front yard, consider professional landscaping services. Bayscape Landscape in Santa Clara can design and install grass, flowers and shrubs that look great all year. Boosting Your Curb Appeal Nothing boosts curb appeal like well-planned landscaping. Using plants with different textures and heights creates interest. However,…

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How To Renovate Your Yard (And Get Paid To Do It)

By Julian / February 26, 2018

Did you know:  You can get paid $1-$2 per square foot to convert your yard to a more sustainable landscape. Yep, it’s true. Because of the extensive drought affecting California for the past several years, an old program that pays property owners to make their landscape more sustainable has been reinstated. By removing non-native, water-intensive plants…

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Amazing Benefits of Mulching Flower Beds

By Julian / February 9, 2017

You’re not just mulching a flower bed for aesthetics. It may make the flower beds look pretty, but mulching has great benefits! Stop pulling weeds Ever wonder why a bare patch of soil loves to grow weeds? That’s just mother nature protecting her soil from blowing or washing away. Mulching is a chore that will…

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To Plant or Purchase? When is a Planting Contract Beneficial?

By Julian / July 22, 2016

There’s an undeniable trend of “doing it yourself” sweeping the country these days – from YouTube tutorials to Pinterest boards to home-renovation shows, there’s a guide available for almost anything you want to do yourself. There’s even a DIY television network! This surge is a great thing, allowing DIYers to save money and flex their…

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Bayscape Take Top CLCA Trade Honors

By Julian / February 25, 2016

For Immediate Release Bay Area landscaper wins recognition for “green” residential, large commercial work. ALVISO, CA – For the 10th year in a row, Bayscape Landscape Management took top honors in two categories of the California Landscape Contractors Association’s (CLCA) annual Trophy Awards. The awards included recognition for the landscaper’s conversion of a drought-resistant residential…

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The Ultimate Holiday Event Guide for Santa Clara County, CA

By Julian / December 9, 2015

Even the Grinch would have a hard time staying cold-hearted this holiday season with the plethora of spirit-lifting events around Santa Clara County this month! So bundle up in that snowflake sweater and get ready for the warm fuzzies, which are sure to abound when you check out one of these holiday-themed events this month!…

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How To Avoid Holiday Decorating Disasters

By Julian / December 3, 2015

Every year, in the midst of what should be a season of warmth, togetherness, and joy, thousands of people are sent to the emergency room – sometimes with life-threatening injuries.   THE CULPRIT? Seemingly innocent holiday decorations, which can pose a threat to you and your loved ones, pets, and property. THE SOLUTION?  A little knowledge goes…

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Annual, Perennial, Biennial: Do I Even Care?

By Julian / May 8, 2015

If you can’t keep your Symplocarpus foetidus straight from your sphagnum, you’re in good company. The gardening lexicon ranges from obscure Latin names to the I-should-probably-know-that-but-I-don’t, and whether you’re looking to start a backyard veggie garden or convert a green lawn to a drought-tolerant landscape, you’re likely to come across some vocabulary that needs defining.…

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5 Steps to #Save20Gallons and Even More Money

By Julian / March 16, 2015

Everybody understands that California’s water shortage is a serious issue facing the state, but Santa Clara Valley residents may not all realize that our water district has undertaken a great public program to reduce water usage in the county –   Not only is this good news for the environment – it’s great news…

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Why Smart Irrigation Controllers are the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

By Julian / February 23, 2015

California’s drought is now more than a regional story: coverage of the emergency conditions – and our response to them – spans from international news outlets to this week’s TIME magazine. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), almost 9 billion gallons of water is used every day in the United States for residential outdoor water use, primarily for landscape irrigation. The agency estimates that 50 percent of that water is wasted due to overwatering.

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