Christopher Scott Designs

(707) 334-9277

Business Description
Location:
Vallejo, CA US 
Contact:
Scott Powers 
Type:
 
Address:
Vallejo, CA 94591 
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Contracting Practice: Marketing Your Business

To keep those projects rolling in, combine old-school techniques with the latest in high-tech networking Full Story
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Zach Hyatt (Territory Sales Manager)
Great advice. We are going to see so much growth from the people and companies who make the most of their online exposure.
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Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
Anyone remember that old adage... "A picture is worth a thousand words" ? referring to a complex idea that can be conveyed with just a single still image. This is why photography is very important in marketing in the past, present and future.
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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.
last Friday at 4:28am   
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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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Modern Planting Ideas From a Historic English Garden

Low-maintenance, climate-fitting plants are just the beginning of the good things in this bishop’s updated garden Full Story
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vweingarten
The English climate which is very moderate, with no great highs and lows in temperature, make producing gardens like this much easier than many places in the USA. There is a plentiful rainfall and summers are usually warm.
I happen to be English, live in New England and love gardening.
I battle heat, humidity, many bugs and plant diseases which come with the weather. Occasionally it all looks perfect!
July 21, 2014 at 6:36pm     
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Liz Howes
Beautiful! The circular garden is very interesting, but I think what makes it is the shape - is it really a circle? Love it! I was thinking of starting one just last week!
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Review by Mark Perry, CKD, CBD:

I was a coworker with Scott some years ago and found him to have excellent taste, great space planning skills, and impeccable customer service. Looking at what...
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