Steve Jacobs Featured at the Rancho Santa Fe Review: Tune-Up Your Irrigation System in Time for Summer

Posted on March 31, 2014 in News

We all know the saying “April showers bring May flowers.” However, because we are experiencing a drought, April showers aren’t likely this year. Therefore, it’s our irrigation systems that will be yielding the May bloom and helping to maintain the overall health of our gardens and lawns. Did you know that for every 1,000 square  Continue Reading »

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The San Diego Water Authority Provides and eGuide to a Water Smart Lifestyle

Posted on March 17, 2014 in News

The “eGuide to a WaterSmart Lifestyle” is your go-to resource for living water-efficiently in San Diego County. This free, 140-page digital flipbook reflects San Diego County’s Mediterranean climate, along with its active, high-tech lifestyle. It is loaded with interactive features that allow users to share ideas on Facebook, electronically “pin” plant and garden photos… Click  Continue Reading »

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Kelly Dixon will be lecturing at the APLD on March 24th

Posted on March 17, 2014 in News

Our Project Manager Kelly Dixon will be lecturing at the March 24th Association of Professional Landscape Designers San Diego District meeting at Village Nurseries. The lecture is entitled ’50 Top Tips for Business Success.’ Any design professional is welcome. Click here to read more about it.

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Robert Wrightson has been promoted!

Posted on March 11, 2014 in News

Robert Wrightson was recently promoted from Crew Leader to Field Manager here at Nature Designs. Robert will work hand-in-hand with our Maintenance Leader, Terri Maguire, to maintain the highest standards for maintenance and customer satisfaction.

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Steve at the UC Cooperative Extension

Posted on March 10, 2014 in News

Steve Jacobs was invited to join the list of instructors that have been selected to teach the University of California Cooperative Extension, San Diego County Master Gardener Class of 2014.  Steve was a part of a team of UC researchers, industry professionals, and local experts that will in total provide the training class with more  Continue Reading »

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