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Pond Walk – Saturday, July 19

We’re excited to be part of the Blue Thumb Aquatics Pond Walk this year.   Our customer, the Tickner’s, transformed their backyard into a relaxing oasis featuring a gorgeous pond and are one of the waterscapes featured on this year’s Pond Walk.  You can preview the before & after pics […]

July 9th, 2014|Landscape Design, News|

Best Landscaper 2014!

Thanks to You, We’ve Won Again! 

We were thrilled to hear the news that you voted for us as the best “Landscaper “ in this year’s Greatest of the Great Lakes Bay Reader’s Choice Awards, […]

July 3rd, 2014|News, Press|

The 11th Annual Reece Endeavor Gardenwalk

Get ready for the 11th annual Reece Endeavor Gardenwalk, which will take place on Wednesday July 16th from 2-7 PM.  This wonderful event is a great way to tour some of Midland’s most beautiful gardens while benefitting one of its most important charities.

This year Reder Landscaping is proud […]

July 2nd, 2014|Events, News|
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    Lawn Care, Lawn Maintenance, Lawn Service…Do You Know What These Terms Even Mean?

Lawn Care, Lawn Maintenance, Lawn Service…Do You Know What These Terms Even Mean?

When people talk about “lawn care”, “lawn maintenance” and “lawn service” they are not always talking about the same thing.

For example, some people use the term “lawn service” to describe the company that mows their lawn, while others use it to describe the company that applies lawn fertilizer and […]

June 30th, 2014|Lawns, Maintenance|

Stone Walls Make a Strong Statement in the Landscape

The basic function of a stone wall is to contain a slope or to soften a grade in the landscape, but they can also do so much more.

The simple beauty of a well-built, natural stone wall in the landscape inspires feelings of strength, durability and stability.  They also have […]

June 27th, 2014|Landscape Design|

Raised Brick Paver Patios: The Ultimate Outdoor Living Room

Let’s be honest – there are a lot of bad decks out there.  It seems like anytime there’s a need to elevate an outdoor living space, the generic response is to slap an ugly, playpen-like, pressure treated wood deck onto the back of the house and call it “good”.

There […]

June 12th, 2014|Landscape Design|
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    Small Spaces are a Unique Challenge for a Landscape Designer

Small Spaces are a Unique Challenge for a Landscape Designer

You’ve probably heard the expression “good things come in small packages” in regards to gifts.  Well, the same concept applies to outdoor living spaces as well.

There is something uniquely beautiful and inviting about a well-designed small outdoor space, and uniquely challenging from the perspective of the landscape designer.

Restraint is […]

June 11th, 2014|Landscape Design|

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