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Steve Jacobs at the Rancho Santa Fe Review: “Quality Landscaping Distinguishes Luxury Market in Rancho Santa Fe”

Posted on August 8, 2013 in News

In Rancho Santa Fe we have a unique environment with perfect weather, beautiful beaches, stunning views and attractive architecture. This rare combination is the reason for the area’s outstanding popularity, not only in San Diego, but nationally as well. Although housing values were recently driven downward due to the economy, investors see the San Diego  Continue Reading »

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Steve Jacobs featured at the Rancho Santa Fe Review: “Estate Landscaping: Private Staffing vs. Contracted Services”

Posted on July 3, 2013 in News

When it comes to the ongoing maintenance of a large piece of acreage — such as an estate — property or estate managers are often faced with the option to either hire on-site staff or to contract services through a professional landscape management company. In his brand new column featured at the Rancho Santa Fe  Continue Reading »

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Escondido Landscaping

Posted on April 2, 2012 in News

To ensure that the project was started on time, Steve attended the homeowners’ HOA meetings on their behalf to receive the required construction approval, answer questions from neighbors and ensure the HOA board that the project would be finished on time. The completed project includes a beautiful new entry, electric gates and a block wall  Continue Reading »

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Nature Designs – New Staff

Posted on April 2, 2012 in News

Jay, a Michigan native, received his associates in landscape design, is certified in design and horticulture and is a member of the CLCA and ASLA. He has over four years of hands-on experience in landscape design and build. With San Diego’s great year-round weather, Jay looks forward to helping Nature Designs Landscaping clients enhance and  Continue Reading »

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Nature Designs Landscaping transformed an Escondido acre of land

Posted on April 2, 2012 in News

The previous landscape design on the Escondido property was outdated and not functional, while the driveway was cracking and needed to be repaired.  Electric gates were installed, and a permanent block wall was built at the front of the house, with iron fencing surrounding the remainder of the property.  To prevent wildlife or unwanted critters  Continue Reading »

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