Tips for Choosing Which Types of Trees to Plant In My Backyard

Kansas City is home to some of the most beautiful and vibrant yards and gardens in the state. As a leading landscaper in Kansas, High Prairie Landscape Group makes it our business to follow the latest trends and provide our clients with insights on how to best manage your property. One thing we’ve noticed in the past few years is the popularity of trees around Kansas City homes.

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Landscaping Myth: Wild and Native Plants are the Same Thing

In landscaping, there are many myths associated with native plants and flowers. At High Prairie Landscape Group, we make it our business to know the origin and nature of each of the flora and fauna we work with. To help keep our customers educated on the plants we use in your gardens, we’d like to talk about one myth, in particular, the myth that wild and native plants are the same thing.

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5 Benefits of a Beautifully Landscaped Property

The home you live in and the property it sits on says a lot about you and your taste. As a leading landscaper here in Kansas, High Prairie Landscape Group gets plenty of requests to create a beautifully landscaped property. So, what’s the reason so many in Kansas are seeking more aesthetically pleasing lawns and gardens? Here, we will discuss landscaping and all the advantages it allows for home and business owners across the city.

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Professional Tips for Transitioning Your Landscape from Winter to Spring

With the approach of the warm green days of spring, homeowners across Kansas City are gearing up to transition outdoor spaces from Winter to Spring. At High Prairie Landscape Group, we work with clients across the city year-round to develop and maintain outdoor spaces you can use in any season. In this way, we are well versed in the necessities of seasonal change and transitioning landscape.

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Landscaping Myth: If Something Is Good for Your Plants, Adding More Will Be Better

There are plenty of myths in landscaping and gardening and as a leading Kansas landscaper, we at High Prairie Landscape Group have heard them all. Thinking that if something benefits your plants, more will be better is a harmful school of thought. Here, we will debunk this myth by talking about specific instances where too much of a “good thing” can harm your plants, and what you can do to help your plants thrive.

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