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Three-Legged Stool

  • 6 December 2019
  • Author: Rick Webb
  • Number of views: 745
Three-Legged Stool

In a sort of positive flip of the old hands’ contest, “Scissors, Paper, Rock”, instead of how each participant overpowers each other, I see how each component helps the other to do our common job in our environmental construction business: support the client’s needs/wants.

Flow of Ideas

  • 28 February 2019
  • Author: Rick Webb
  • Number of views: 841
Flow of Ideas

As I have been through my career studying, growing and using trees, shrubs and perennials native to the Gulf South, it has been the people, as well as the plants along the way, that have taught me.

Adapt Garden Styles to Enhance Nature

  • 26 November 2018
  • Author: Rick Webb
  • Number of views: 1023
Adapt Garden Styles to Enhance Nature

The other day Susan and I were in the canyard and we noted the growth of a new group of Asclepias incarnata, Swamp Milkweed. 

The conversation immediately moved to the Monarch Migration currently at work.  In reference to that butterfly I reminded her, “You know it’s a gateway bug.”  And she responded, “Yes, but to what pathway.”

Constructed Wetlands

  • 24 June 2018
  • Author: Rick Webb
  • Number of views: 1575
Constructed Wetlands

We are all seeing the demand for constructed wetlands in commercial and residential landscape construction. Please don’t see it as a chore that you dread, a requirement by a governmental body that you know you'll have to do.  Please consider: Why else?

Functional Landscapes

  • 21 May 2018
  • Author: Rick Webb
  • Number of views: 1041

Here is the PowerPoint presentation for Rick's talk at the Mississippi Trial Garden Stories Series on Monday, May 21.

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