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Planning our garden for 2016
Planning our Garden for 2016. We took a break from landscape blogging while moving and setting up our new home in the trees in beautiful Dahlonega.
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Beautiful native plant great for wet areas.
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Erosion and drainage problems solved with a dry creek bed
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Are mosquitoes a problem? We give some suggestions for rooting them out:
Mosquito larvae hatch in pools of water, so the first line of defense against these unwanted pests is to remove standing water from your property. Check the
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Before buying, check out this article about invasive plants that never go away:
Invasive plant horror stories - Hometalk member and gardener extraordinaire Barb Rosen recently wrote of her nightmare experience with chameleon plant, Houttuyn…
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Find out about eating locally and helping yourself and small farms:
The locavore movement is all the rage these days, proving once more that “everything old is new again.” 100 years ago, most people were locavores, meaning
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Rain gardens are great for beautifying your home!
Install a rain garden to beautify your garden and protect the environment at the same time. The purpose of a rain garden is to capture rainwater runoff,
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Fall is prime planting time....

Great article on what to plant this fall if you want birds:
I KNOW WHAT BIRDS LIKE. Boys, perhaps not so much (tee, hee), but birds—well, there I’ve got the knack. As [read more…]
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Confused about plant terms terms native, non-native or invasive? If so, read our latest blog:
You’ve probably heard that native plants are better for your garden than non-native, invasive plants. But what’s the difference? And why are invasives a
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Invasive plants that looked great at the store...
Yes, even landscapers make mistakes! I planted this beauty because the seeds looked great when dried. What a mistake! It has re-seeded everywhere and is hard to remove. It is Chasmanthium latifolium or inland Sea Oats.
Are there any plant horror stories you would like to share?:
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Great article on what really works for home pest control!
GARDENING MAY BE part art and part science, but when it comes to plant health, and especially to preventing and [read more…]
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91 Martins Ford Rd Dahlonega, GA 30533
91 Martins Ford RoadUSGeorgiaDahlonega30533
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Today 8AM–6PM
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Art of Stone provides creative stonescapes and sustainable landscapes throughout the North Georgia area, but it’s more than that. As a small company, the enduring beauty and success of your garden is our focus. For that reason, we create outdoor spaces that blend and flow with the land, not fight it. We believe in building healthy gardens that are easy to nurture and thrive in the years to come.

Specializing in outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, water features, ponds, patios, retaining walls, paths, stone steps, landscape design and installation, and garden design, Art of Stone’s one-of-a-kind approach is an investment in your property that will last.

With more than 30 years of collective experience in the design, construction, and maintenance of breathtaking stonework and gardens, Suzanne and Jason work as a team to bring your vision to life with expertise and passion.

We service residences in the Northeast Georgia area including: Cumming, Dawsonville, Dahlonega, Helen, Cleveland, Clarksville, Cornelia,  Gainesville, Lake Lanier, Oakwood, Flowery Branch, and the counties of  Hall, Forsyth,  Lumpkin, Dawson, White, Habersham and Banks.

Learn why more than 90% of Art of Stone’s new customers are referrals by visiting our testimonials page: http://artofstonegardening.com/about-us/testimonials/

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"The craftsmanship and design are both practical and beautiful."
"The work is explained with changes made according to customer input."
"...walls, steps, patios or walks) or gardening maintenance or coaching..."
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a year ago
Thank you to Larry and Suzanne Crossan for their testimonial on our website: "The work was estimated at a fair price and with choices for materials. Before anything different was done, it was discussed with us and a joint decision was made. The materials used were of high quality. The craftsmanship and design are both practical and beautiful. The company gives a fair estimate and sticks with it. The work is explained with changes made according to customer input. The work is completed carefully, but in a timely manner. The end result added so much to the enjoyment of the yard, plus provided a safer environment for us and our buildings. Care was taken with existing landscaping. Clean up was thorough."
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Creative Field
a year ago
Suzanne and Jason of Art of Stone Landscaping are not only experts in their field, but they are also really wonderful people to work with. If you need stonework (fireplaces, walls, steps, patios or walks) or gardening maintenance or coaching, make sure you give them a call!
Joe and his team supply us with all types of signs. They are creative, fast and very reasonable.
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