North Texas Traditional and Native Landscapes

traditional and native landscapesWe use Native and Adapted plant material to expand the indigenous plant palette and create beautiful, healthy gardens that thrive in this difficult climate.

Ensuring water conservation and the reduction of pesticides and herbicides is one of our mission goals. Plants native or adapted to our region are better able to deter pests with their own protective measures, while attracting beneficial insects like butterflies, dragonflies, and bees. By eliminating harmful chemicals from your environment and fostering a healthy food web, you can achieve long-term biological control of problem species with much less effort.

Native Landscapes to Texas

We frequently use Abelia, agave, althea, aralia, aucuba, azalea, barberry, boxwood, cactus, camella, cleyera, crape myrtle, cyperus, elaeagnus, gardenia, forsythia, indian hawhorne, holly, hydrangea, juniper, ligustrum, loropetalum, nandina, pittosporum, podocarpus, rose, spirea, taxus, Texas sage, viburnum, wax myrtle, yew, and yucca in our traditional and native landscapes.

Call Landscape by Design at (817) 355-1013 for designing traditional and native landscapes in Arlington, Colleyville, Grapevine, Keller, Southlake,  and Fort Worth.

Click on any photo to see an example of John Scott’s North Texas landscape designs utilizing native plants.