1. Bloodroot: and other Native wildflowers, easily incorporated into your landscapes and perennial gardens, for very early and quite spectacular color!

    March 7, 2018 by MAX
    native landscape of Naperville by Ed Max and maxlandscape.com

    Bloodroot is one underutilized native wildflower native to our oak forests of the area. Used in this Naperville landscape design using native species such as Bloodroot, Bluebells, Triulliums, Bleeding Heart and more……all good for a shade garden in Lombard, Glen Ellyn and Wheaton landscapes.

    Landscape design company of Naperville, Oak Brook landscape services.

    Bloodroot, seen in clumps over 20 years old, in WOODED LANDSCSAPES of Naperville Il

     

     

    Seen in this Naperville garden: Bloodroot!

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    Once thought to have medicinal properties, quite toxic.


  2. Geneva and St. Charles springtime landscapes and perennial gardens.

    March 6, 2018 by MAX
    maxlandscape is a landscape company in St. Charles Il, landscape design in Geneva Il, ed max is a landscape designer and arborist from Geneva Il

    Springtime in the gardens of St. Charles , and early blooms of a vintage flower garden in Geneva Il, quite stunning.

    Native perennial gardens and stone walkways meandering through this Naperville landscape and woodland.

    Bluebells abloomin! Native wildflowers of Naperville IL, bluebells naturalize here in this Naperville Shade garden, with stone walkways

    Seen in this WA native wildflower of Wheaton Il shade garden seen here...and a  woodland native of Chicagoland forests, lowlands

    Beauty in the Bluebell bud about to open In this Wheaton Il vintage wildflower garden

    Blend early perennials, native wildflowers and shrubs such as azalea, and lilac with later blooming perennials for year-round interest and color. Landscaper from the Geneva and West Chicago area, Max’s Greener Places, and owner and arborist Ed Max can help out!


  3. Geneva Il landscape designs, seasonal landscape care and management

    March 5, 2018 by MAX
    native landscapes, maxlandscape.com

    White oak, sumacs, sedges,switchgrasses all make up this naturalistic landscape- even the stone is local!

    Get in touch soon- the season is here!


  4. River Forest Landscape renovations of spring, let’s change that garden design!

    March 4, 2018 by MAX

     

     

    landscaping with natives, natural designs by max

    Landscape renovations as we redid this River Forest gem, using perennials, buckeye, asters, roses, and native species, and grasses, oak trees too.

     

    Spring is here- let us know if you are in need of clean ups, corrective pruning, light tree care,

    consultation on that new landscape design!