Visit this house for sale and help yourself to fresh oranges (on the ground). Hurry before the fruit flies get them.
Entries Tagged as 'Landscaping'
July 21st, 2016 · 1 Comment
June 24th, 2016 · No Comments
Temperatures reached 118F in Phoenix this past week and have been above 110F the other days. Humidity has been as low as 7%. It’s a dry heat. It saps the moisture out of plants (and people). Take a look at what happened to a tree!
May 22nd, 2016 · 5 Comments
The paint’s a-peelin’ at this Houston, Texas home.
The tree seems to have fallen over onto the house.
Would be a great place to play hide-and-seek.
Too bad there were no pictures of the inside of the house.
April 22nd, 2016 · 1 Comment
Today is Earth Day. Celebrate by hugging a (dead) tree or two. Walk barefoot in the (dead) grass. Recycle.
April 1st, 2016 · 7 Comments
We are proud to announce the winner of the best landscape architecture design for 2016! A tropical paradise. An oasis in the desert.
March 3rd, 2016 · 2 Comments
We have no idea why the seller wanted this photo to promote the sale of his/her home.
January 13th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Might be time for a new roof.
Yes, definitely needs a new roof.
The little house in back needs a new roof too.
Must be fun to walk around there when it rains.
Another bad roof.
January 4th, 2016 · 1 Comment
The wet spot. How do you explain that to buyers? “Only when it rains”?
The bald spot.
The big pile. Let the buyers spread the gravel once they own the house.
November 18th, 2015 · 1 Comment
Front entrance of a condominium for sale in Phoenix. The HOA is responsible for maintaining the premises, landscaping, and general appearance.
They stucco’d the exterior but didn’t finish with paint. They also enclosed the carport.
Waiting for buyers.
Weed you want to see this house?
Pink and orange. Interesting color combo.
October 10th, 2015 · 1 Comment
Gale force winds 24/7 in Mesa, Arizona? It makes the trees lean to the right. [In their defense, we had some freezes a few years ago that might have killed the majority of these ficus trees. But leaving the remaining branches?]