<![CDATA[Tanque  Verde Construction  & Outdoor Design - Blog]]>Fri, 19 Feb 2016 23:04:03 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[Flagstone is turning out nice: Tucson, Arizona]]>Fri, 27 Feb 2015 17:57:07 GMThttp://www.tvcdesignbuild.com/blog/flagstone-is-turning-out-nice-tucson-arizona]]><![CDATA[Stone construction nearing completion TucsonĀ ]]>Fri, 20 Feb 2015 22:16:35 GMThttp://www.tvcdesignbuild.com/blog/stone-construction-nearing-completion-tucson
<![CDATA[Stone work in progress: Landscape]]>Thu, 22 Jan 2015 15:38:48 GMThttp://www.tvcdesignbuild.com/blog/stone-work-in-progress-landscape
This is the current stone work under progress.  The natural stone has all been taken from the site.  Previously the landscape consisted of rip-rap and lawn.  The stone walls are solid 16-inch thick walls and keep the natural desert look, but completely alter the look of the landscape.

Lighting will be installed and potted plants will eventually sit on top of these walls.  The grout will give the stone walls a much different look as well.  Visit our homepage for many more ideas and inspiration.  If you need help designing or building call me at 520-808-2484.

Fernando Chiquette
<![CDATA[tucson best low water desert landscape plants]]>Mon, 24 Nov 2014 18:27:19 GMThttp://www.tvcdesignbuild.com/blog/tucson-best-low-water-desert-landscape-plants
The plants listed above are all low water plants that are readily available in most plant nurseries. They will certainly add color, texture, and variety to any garden. Don't be mislead, these plants can be used in many different styles of gardens.  Any of these plants would look great in mass plantings, creating swaths of color in your landscape.  Once established most of these plants can survive off minimal to no supplemental irrigation.

It's time to get creative with our plant palettes Tucson! If you need any assistance in your planting design, finding less expensive plants, irrigation watering schedules, or have any questions regarding your outdoor spaces, please give us a call or send us an email!