May 12, 2020

Creative Landscaping is partnering with Crescent Garden, an upscale supplier of beautiful, durable and practical containers and many other gardening supplies. Our search for high-quality planting containers brought us to Crescent Garden. We are offering a wid...

May 12, 2020

When I was a kid, grass meant a lawn and grass care meant dragging the lawnmower out every other week. In today’s gardens, ornamental grasses are becoming increasingly popular for their deer resistance and water-wise qualities, as well as for creating movemen...

May 12, 2020

Landscape lighting is often the last landscaping feature considered and the first to be omitted from any new installation.  However, adding ambient lighting not

only adds safety to your new outdoor living space but allows you to extend your evening enjoying i...

April 19, 2020

On a chilly evening, there are few things more inviting than a roaring fire. We are fascinated with fire and the flickering flames can be mesmerizing. Our ancestors used it for warmth, protection, and cooking. Thousands of years later, because of modern elect...

April 19, 2020

Ponds are a nice addition that can bring life to any landscape.  Just being around water has a calming effect and can even reduce stress.  It’s no wonder we are so drawn to water, willing to pay top dollar for waterfront property, choose vacation destinations...

April 19, 2020

Crabgrass, broadleaf weeds, grubs.  These are just the more familiar problems you may have in your lawn.  There are many more that you may never have heard of.  A trained professional will see your lawn on a regular basis and recommend fixes as the season pro...

August 7, 2019

Let's explore why fall is the best time in Michigan to plan and plant your new turf grass sod or seed. Creative Landscaping is equipped with knowledgeable staff to guide you in your lawn care and planting decisions.

August 7, 2019

A discussion on the bitter sweetness of Michigan's short summer season and the beauty of Fall garden preparations that encourage us through the long winters to think about the warms months to come, eventually.