Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture


Business Description
Shades of Green is a landscape architecture studio committed to promoting sustainable landscape practices through the creation of unique and innovative design solutions, integrating the landscape of humanity and nature for the benefit of both. We create designs with artistic and site-specific solutions by embracing both the natural and cultural contexts of the surrounding sites as well as any elements specific to the project site.
Location:
Sausalito, CA US 
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Shades of Green Landscape Architecture 
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Address
1306 Bridgeway Blvd, Suite A,
Sausalito, California,
United States, 94965 
Fax:
(415) 332-1385 
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Going Solar at Home: Solar Panel Basics

Save money on electricity and reduce your carbon footprint by installing photovoltaic panels. This guide will help you get started Full Story
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What is the "carbon footprint" of manufacturing the solar panels and has this been taken into account when discussing how the "carbon footprint" is reduced by installing solar panels? Let's not be fooled into thinking that solar is completely "clean" - the manufacture of the solar panels is just as resource intensive as any other manufacturing process.
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jeanstryker
Why does going solar raise homeowner's insurance premiums?
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You Said It: ‘We’re Here to Stay’ and Other Houzz Quotables

Design advice, inspiration and observations that struck a chord this week Full Story
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Bso:, va
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@barbaraalee Congratulations... you planted a legacy... your biggest achievement smoking cessation... you gave your family...YOU! Yes indeed JOY!
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If You Have Room for Only One Summer Crop ...

Get an edible that’s long on flavor even if you’re short on space, with a long-time gardener’s favorite picks Full Story
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Tomatoes, strawberries, & corn: mainstays of my dad's garden when I was growing up! Homegrown corn on the cob is miles better than anything you can buy in a store, though you may have to go some lengths to prevent raccoons from eating it all. Most of these in the list can be grown in a planter, which is another plus.

Another crop to consider is bell peppers. They can be added to a lot of things or eaten fresh.
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Love growing tomatoes!
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Great Plants for Lush, Low-Water Gardens

Water restrictions making your garden look washed out? Give it living color with unthirsty grasses, flowers and succulents Full Story
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charlielou
My favorite childhood memory is from one summer at the lake. My family was staying at our cottage and one day, my father, who liked to wander in the woods, came back so exited. Everyone else was too busy doing their own thing, but me, as in character, was simply splashing my feet in the lake - sitting on the dock. I followed my dad, and he brought me to a place that was formerly swamp. Large trees, but no underbrush or plants--- simply a padded carpet of moss under the tree canopy. It was so beautiful, I can still see it to this day. I tried to find the moss room years after as an adult, but it wasn't there. It must have been a result of the climate conditions for that year, I'll never forget it though- it still exists vividly in my memories.
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