Bright Leaf Landscaping

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Bright Leaf Landscaping
Bright Leaf Landscaping is listed in the Landscaping Services & Supplies category in Durham, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Bright Leaf Landscaping which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Bright Leaf Landscaping on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Bright Leaf Landscaping offers Landscaping services in Durham NC.
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Our latest blog post gives you tips for designing low-maintenance landscaping in your yard. Contact us for more help with designing a garden that you can easily maintain. (919) 475-1015. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/low-maintenance-landscaping/

Check out our latest blog post about incorporating seasonal color into your garden with plants that bear fruit like berries. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/colorful-fruit-for-every-season/
One great way to incorporate seasonal color into your landscape design is to include fruit-bearing plants. They add beauty while attracting birds to your yard.

Interested in trying something new in your garden this year? I am trying three cultivars in my yard: Teddy bear Magnolia, Magic Carpet Spirea, and Ruby Slippers Oakleaf Hydrangea. Read more about why I chose these plants and contact us to update your garden with something new. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/three-new-cultivars/

http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/december-plants-that-look-great-in-christmas-lights/
Read on to learn how to incorporate Christmas lights into your landscape this season.

Check out our latest blog post about making your winter garden interesting. Contact us for more design ideas for your Raleigh garden. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/interesting-evergreens-for-the-winter-garden-in-raleigh/
While many evergreens are used to keep gardens from looking bare in the winter, there are some uniquely interesting evergreens that can be added to your garden.