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Enhancing Curb Appeal with Landscape Design Software

Virtual apartment tours enable marketing teams to lure prospects into units with accurate renderings of what life can be like in a community, just one example of how technology has shaped multifamily housing. That same technology is helping create a similar look and feel of the property’s landscape, long before the first shovel of dirt[]

Shine a Light on Multifamily with the Latest Lighting Trends

Innovations in light-emitting diode (LED) lighting have changed the way we look at things. Today’s LED lighting has become a bright, proven solution to the replacement of incandescent lighting that has been phased out over the years. With that, new trends in indoor and outdoor fixtures are emerging, while taking advantage of LED’s efficiencies and[]

How Nice Landscapes offer Value to Residents

How Nice Landscapes Offer Value to Residents

The U.S. wants good-looking landscapes that don’t tax the environment. So say respondents in a couple of polls conducted for professionals who create and maintain residential and commercial landscapes. Sustainable design literally got the green thumb in a recent American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) survey of landscape architects, who were asked to rate the[]

Crape Myrtle: How to Protect your Apartment’s Landscape

A colorful staple of southern apartment landscapes has come under attack in recent years. And agricultural and landscape professionals are a little stumped about how it originated or finding ways to quickly fend advances. Crape Myrtle bark scale, or Eriococcus lagerstroemia, is slowly advancing since its U.S. discovery in Dallas about 12 years ago. In[]

Multifamily Summer Landscapes

4 Ways to Get the Most out of Colorful Summer Landscapes

While peak leasing season is upon us, summer is a time when apartment landscapes have their greatest opportunity to flourish and put on a colorful show for residents and prospects. Plant and flower variety is plentiful and thrives best during the summer months, providing the opportunity for turning beds and entrances into palatial-like gardens. It’s[]

5 Steps to Transforming Out-of-Date Landscapes into Utopias

An out-of-date landscape may send a message that you’re in the land of the lost. A landscape installed 20 or 30 years ago usually shows its age – certain types of plants and rock date a property. For residents and prospects, living in surroundings that don’t appear to be current can be difficult. Yet curb appeal[]

Four Apartment Landscape Tips to Get Your Property Ready For Spring

Winter is a time when many plants are dormant, but they need a little help to make their spring entrance vivid and spectacular. A winter cleanup that includes culling grasses, cutting back perennials, and performing major reductions for shrubs is a good way to ready the landscape for the upcoming growing season.

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