Artefacto Landscapes LLC has kept outdoor areas trimmed and tidy for more than 16 years, using their time-tested expertise to address the specific needs and natural behaviors of trees, shrubs, and different grass varieties. Technicians can mow lawns into a respectable crewcut or force clingy weeds to give up their grip on the ground, and trimming services prevent possible hazards and keep overgrown branches from obscuring a shrub’s beautiful eyes. If automatic sprinkler systems exhibit a tendency to leak or target specific mailmen, Artefacto Landscapes can repair them quickly or install a brand new, bias-free model. Firm believers in working in conjunction with natural environmental conditions, the team also develops landscaping plans that conserve water and protect the environment with strategically placed mulch and irrigation systems.
Since 1978, landscape architect and designer Joe Romero and his crew at Landsculptors Inc. have been creating innovative aesthetic solutions for shaded and sun-soaked yards. From irrigation and lighting to decorative walkways and patio construction, their work not only makes clients' homes more beautiful but also adds to their value. Romero and his staff specialize in xeriscaping, an eco-friendly technique that, like giving a goldfish a lung, allows wildlife to flourish while conserving water.
At Yard Care Masters, lawn designers transform clients' landscaping dreams into actionable plans. Then, professional technicians—masters of sculpting hedges and laying rock beds—bring the plans to life with lawn services and terrible science experiments. As their service gallery demonstrates, they can prune plants and trees to custom specifications, maintain lawns, or install creative rock designs.
Founded more than 50 years ago, Roy-El Morgan Farm hosts year-round practice for equestrians with a stable of even-tempered morgan horses and indoor and outdoor practice arenas. Led by a trainer who has won regional and local championships, lessons impart one of seven riding styles along with instruction on equine anatomy and grooming. The farm’s summer camps, stratified into three age groups, serve youngsters aged 5–18 with games, activities, and information sessions. Meanwhile, the stables accommodate horses in quarters ranging from a 23-stall barn with an indoor arena to a pasture for retired horses that want only to relax and knit leg warmers for their grandfoals.