Giardinello Landscape & Design, LLC


Services Provided
Landscape Design, Installation, Renovation & Maintenance

Areas Served
Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Paradise Valley & Phoenix

Business Description
Giardinello Landscape & Design believes that the first step in a successful Landscape Design journey should be to select a reputable partner that provides full project services, excellent customer service, and incredible quality and craftsmanship – all at a low total cost. That is why we offer the following:

~ Personalized Maintenance Plans - We specialize in developing maintenance schedules suited to your landscape needs as well as your budget.

~ Creative Garden Designs - We create detailed designs using landscape design software. Our clients love our unique approach for designing custom gardens. Annette takes the time upfront to explore your needs with our exclusive Design Questionnaire & Complimentary Design Consultation. She then begins to form a custom hardscape and landscape design around your lifestyle and budget. Included in the design is a comprehensive estimate of all materials & labor as well as their associated costs.

~ Full Project Installation & Management – Giardinello orchestrates the entire project including all of the tasks and individuals involved in building a superior landscape space.

Certification and Awards
Licensed Contractor
ROC 225283 K21 Residential/Commercial
Smartscape Certified
Location:
Fountain HIlls, AZ US 
Contact:
Annette McGovern 
Type:
 
Address:
P.O. Box 20378
Fountain HIlls, AZ 85269 
Fax:
(480) 718-8675 
License #:
ROC 225283 K21 
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Great Design Plant: Texas Ranger Explodes With Color

If purple is your passion, embrace Leucophyllum frutescens for its profusion of blooms and consider the unfussiness a bonus Full Story
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tsudhonimh
Hammerhugger ... Yup, that's Texas Sage ... I can't tell what variety.
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tsudhonimh
ROFL!!!!! Around here (Phoenix) "Mexican sage" is Salvia leucantha (cute but needs more water and less sun)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvia_leucantha

and "Texas Sage" or "Texas Ranger" is Leucophyllum frutescens

Which is why we have scientific names. Because they are both grey fuzzy leaved plants with purple flowers.

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We have quite a few Leucophyllum frutescens varieties, most of them small ones, and NONE of them get supplemental watering. They don't bloom as often, don't grow real fast, and only get pruned every few years.
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Grow a Garden of Succulents for Easy Beauty

Low-water plants in a wide range of colors, shapes and sizes? Sign us up — and check out our faves here Full Story
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Giardinello Landscape & Design, LLC
I recently converted a common, tiered fountain into a succulent garden for a client. This was a great way to create a stunning display that greets guests as they enter the home's court yard.
July 7, 2014 at 7:40pm     
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TRU Landscape Services
Great ideas for using succulents. They're great for our environment here in Orange County. Here's a vertical succulent wall the homeowners put up on one of our latest projects. They are assorted varieties, but the customers also had pots of jade throughout the yard.
July 18, 2014 at 2:02pm     
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Kathy Dunn
I would love to have a succulent wall planter on the side of my garage, but have some concerns about dampness between the planter and wall that might cause mildew or even deterioration of the wall surface. What is your experience with this??
July 18, 2014 at 7:56pm   
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Create a Garden That Tells a Story

Take design cues from punctuation marks for a garden with order and intrigue Full Story
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I love your comment, modtiki. I'm really glad that this analogy makes sense to you. It's always amazing to me to see how many ways you can make the same point and different groups respond to each different way. Oh, and I like "azure planetary-shaped objects". I think from now on we should go with that one.
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CHICAGO MOSAICS
Mosaic art custom created for your garden.
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