Patio of the Week

 

One of our New Hope, PA gardens is featured in the Houzz article Patio of the Week: Keep a Secrete Garden on the Side. The article reviews how side yards can have opportunities for special private gardens.

 

 

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Thyme for Something Different

 

Chris Stout of Dear Garden Associates is featured in the June/July 2013 issue of Design NJ in the article Thyme for Something Different. The article reviews the benefits of having herbs in your garden and also contains photos of Dear Garden's work.

 

 

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Higher Level of Detail

 

Dear Garden Associates is featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Bucks County Magazine. This article reviews some of our more recent gardens with unique design elements.

 

 

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Design NJ Landscapes to Love

 

Dear Garden Associates is featured in the October/November 2012 issue of Design NJ. "Landscapes to Love" showcases garden photos and plantings that provide multiple seasons of interest.

 

 

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2012 Bucks Beautiful Garden Show

 
Dear Garden Associates, Inc. is proud to be creating a garden exhibit at The 2012 Bucks Beautiful Garden & Home Show, scheduled for March 16th, 17th, and 18th at Delaware Valley College, 700 E. Butler Avenue, Doylestown, PA.
 
We invite you to come and join us and meet our Associates to discuss what ideas and concepts we could provide for your garden.
 
Bucks Beautiful is a non-profit program of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.

Press Release - Lighting and Irrigation

 

Dear Garden Associates Announces the Addition of a New Lighting and Irrigation Division for 2012.

 

We are excited to have added this new division, which will be designing, installing and servicing new and existing systems. We put a tremendous amount of energy and care into our gardens, and having a division that is dedicated strictly to these two essential functions of garden design, allows us to better serve our clients.

 

During the growing season, carefully monitored irrigation systems not only protect a homeowner’s landscaping investment, but also conserve water. Landscape lighting systems that utilize today’s low-energy technology, not only enhance architectural details, patio and pool areas, but also provide safe walkways and security lighting.

 

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Press Release-Inc. 5000

 

Dear Garden Associates, Inc. is proud to have ranked in the 2011 Inc. 5000.

 

The Inc. 5000 is a list of the fastest growing private, employee based firms out of nearly 7 million firms in America.

 

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See more about the Inc. 5000 at www.inc.com/inc5000/welcome.

Facebook

 

Dear Garden Associates is going social!

 

We welcome you to ‘Like’ our Facebook Page and join discussion with other clients who care about their gardens just like you.

 

Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/deargarden.

2011 Bucks Beautiful Garden Tour

 

Dear Garden Associates, Inc. was proud to be featured in the 2011 Bucks Beautiful Kitchen & Garden Tour.

 

A large showing of visitors had the oppurtunity to view a wide variety of homes and garden sytles in historic Doylestown.

 

See more about the tour at www.bucksbeautiful.com/html/tours.htm.

Bucks County Town and Country Magazine

 
Dear Garden Associates is featured in the Home section of the spring 2008 issue. In "The Art of Landscaping," Bill describes his work as an artform and shares his unique take on designing outdoor spaces that look great immediately then improve as the gardens mature.
 
 
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Nouveau Magazine

 

Bucks County and the Delaware Valley
In the March 2008 issue, Bill is interviewed about his views on "Eco-Friendly Landscaping." He notes that using natural non-synthetic products and native plants from local growers are two keys to successful gardening.

 

 

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Our House

 

In the spring 2008 issue, Bill tackles the increasingly troublesome deer problem. His advice: "Rather than using physical barriers or sprays which require repeated applications, treat the problem with plants that deer avoid." Bill's recommendations include using the Walker's Low variety of Catmint or Nepeta. "The aromatic foliage of the soft lavender-blue flowers emanate a minty fragrance repellent to deer," he says.

 

 

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Press Release - Micah Mutschler

 
Bill Dear, president of Dear Garden Associates, Inc., has announced the appointment of Micah Mutschler to the position of landscape architect. Mutschler's vast experience ranges from the site design and installation of intimate, detailed garden spaces, to the strategic oversight of large corporate projects.
 
 
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