A well-planned landscape can offer great value to our homes and a diverse population of wildlife in our yards. Lets encourage wildlife in our yards with these tips.
Landscape Design that Works for You
Landscape Design that Works for You: Finke Gardens works to design your landscape to be enjoyable, beautiful, beneficial and sustainable. Matching your preferences and interests can guide choices for your plan, creating a landscape that is uniquely your own.
A traditional rose garden can intimidate even the most seasoned gardener, but newer, hardier varieties of roses are much less demanding…
“Rain Garden” implies that it will be wet, but they can be very dry too. We recommend choosing plants that grow well in dry environments, but will tolerate periods of wet conditions.
Ornamental grasses, many of which are native to the Great Plains, serve an important role in the Nebraska landscape. There is no more sustainable plant than our recommended selections.
If you want to plant a street tree be sure to check out the street tree voucher program. You may be eligible for a voucher from Lincoln Parks and Recreation.
Trees provide shade, protection, wildlife interest and aesthetic value. Let’s consider some important benefits that trees provide to our lives and homes.
August color can be part of your landscape with these durable, pollinator friendly plants.
While each landscape design project is unique, the expression of individuality captured in the glass garden is rare.
Planting trees has a way of letting us document time in our busy lives. Small trees planted twenty years ago when we built our new home are now framing our driveway . . .
Embrace the idea of planning for displays of winter landscape texture, form and evergreen color. This study of snowy, dormant days can provide ideas for how plants can offer visual contrast beyond the growing season.
The Rotary Strolling Garden at 27th & Capitol Parkway in Lincoln is a great place to visit all season-long. Enjoy great pairings of perennials, grasses and shrub roses.