DeSanTEA, the Symbiotic Relationship Brew!

The DeSantis Landscapes team has a passion for sustainable landscape innovation and some of us also have a passion for brewing. We combined those interests and created our own special proprietary blend of compost tea that we call: DeSanTEA, the symbiotic relationship brew! What is compost tea and how can it help your landscape thrive? […]

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Gearing Up for a Successful Season

The Top 3 things that a Landscape Company is doing this time of year. With the unseasonably warm temperatures lately it is getting many of us excited that spring feels nearly upon us! This is a particularly exciting time for a landscape business in the Pacific Northwest as the main growing season here is March […]

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Deep Root Watering and Feeding for Trees

  Over the past few years we’ve seen effects in the landscape from an extended drought, specifically in the West. Meteorologists are, once again, predicting above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation for 2016 in the Willamette Valley. Signs of drought stress can easily be seen in the declining health of regional trees. Dead limbs in tree […]

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Are Fruit Trees for the Birds? Maybe Not.

For years, I have heard the concern from property managers that fruit bearing trees just aren’t for the commercial landscape and that fruit trees can become unruly in a residential landscape.  “Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for fruit trees, but we don’t know how to maintain them.  Fruit Trees are for the birds!”  Well, […]

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Leaf Cleanup Magic- City of Oregon City

You may not be aware, but DeSantis Landscapes also does municipal landscape maintenance work as well as commercial and some residential. Our crews were out in Oregon City today taking care of the last of the leaf fall. They’ve got this down to an art form…nice work guys! Please follow and like us:

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Memorial Day Appreciation

Major kudos to Laura House, DeSantis Landscapes Account Manager, who is responsible for the landscaping at the Rose Quarter. She received a request less than two weeks ago to “beautify” the leaking and inoperable fountain in the courtyard at the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum, and it needed to be complete prior to the Memorial Day weekend […]

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New Commercial Landscape Project – nearly finished

We have about a week to go, but here’s some progress photos of a new Senior Living facility in Wilsonville called Active Adult. The terrace patio includes a paver pattern that will allow residents to play with “life-size” chess pieces. The other side of the terrace includes an Ipe hardwood deck for lounging and dining next to the outdoor […]

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