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Keeping Up With Southern California Landscaping Trends in 2015

One of the most important visual aspects of a home is the landscaping, which not only makes a first impression on guests and neighbors, but continually reinforces a homeowner’s reputation.

One of the most important visual aspects of a home is the landscaping, which not only makes a first impression on guests and neighbors, but continually reinforces a homeowner’s reputation. And, just as there are trends for keeping up the interior of one’s home with one’s contemporaries, there are a number of trends to follow in the coming year with landscaping.

To enhance the exterior of your property and create an updated space, here are a few trends to consider for your yard:

Birds, Bees, and Butterflies

To escape the winter slump, bright colors are now being incorporated into landscapes for a beautiful environment specifically to attract birds, bees, and butterflies with a lively yard. Try planting purple hydrangeas, yellow tulips, and pink roses for a tranquil scene that will bring out the best in the animal kingdom.

For more ideas, check out Cynthia Ingallinera's "Gardens and Landscapes" board at

Edible Landscaping

Instead of simply staring at your landscaping, try eating it with one of the hottest trends for your yard: plant organic vegetable gardens, fruit trees, and herbs for an outdoor space that you can bring into the kitchen. The visual appeal is very modern, and you may find the pleasant aroma of fresh herbs and fruits a very welcome addition.

Find more ideas on Brandy's board "The Prudent Homemaker" at

Native Plants for Southern California

With a changing climate and a lingering drought, more people are looking to preserve water with their landscaping in Thousand Oaks, CA. A drought-resistant arrangement will require fewer resources & less maintenance. Opt for using native plants with a variety of cacti, succulents, and rosemary for a gorgeous space that requires minimal upkeep – and won’t get you fined by the city for using too much water!

More ideas are available on the pin board of Samantha George, "Garden: CA Native" at

Lavender Landscaping

Celebrate the color purple with a lavender landscape that includes both English and Spanish lavender that line a walkway or complement a neighboring rose garden. You can find lavender inspiration ideas at Landscape East & West's board "Lavender Landscapes" at

To improve your yard and incorporate a few of the current trends of 2015, Malibu and Thousand Oaks residents can call Malibu Coast Nursery for a consultation at (818) 865-8887.

About the Company:
Malibu Coast Nursery and Landscape is a registered nurseryman operator, supplying their clients consulting, plant supplies and landscaping services in Malibu and Thousand Oaks, CA. They have customized plan to provide the exact care that your landscape needs at the key stages.

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Malibu Coast Nursery and Landscape was established in 1979 and We have been awarded for a featured exhibit at the Ventura County Fair Agricultural Exhibit.