The team at The Noll Landscape Group offers a wide variety of outdoor water features to homeowners in Fishers, IN, and the surrounding areas. Over the years, we’ve had more and more requests to install one specific kind of water feature: a rain garden. Rain gardens are a beautiful, eco-friendly addition to any yard.
The Noll Landscape Group is considered Essential under Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08 via the IEDC Response Team. In this light, we are continuing our landscape, hardscape and maintenance operations taking all of the necessary precautions, implementing practices and continuing to monitor orders from the CDC to keep our employees, their families and our clients healthy and safe. Our crews, while working outside, will be practicing social distancing. We have minimized the number of crew members traveling together. If an employee is sick they are required to stay home. If an employee comes into contact with someone who tests positive, they are required to not return to work until we have confirmed it is safe. We are disinfecting our facilities, tools, equipment and trucks daily. While we know that personal meetings with our client’s is important in this industry, we are giving all of our client’s options to utilize virtual … Continued
Fall is here, and everyone is scrambling to get their lawns ready for winter. With the help of The Noll Landscape Group, though, there is no need to panic. Our landscape design and maintenance services will keep your lawn in peak condition all year round.
Many homeowners dream of leveling out their uneven lawns. At The Noll Landscape Group, we can make your dream a reality with the addition of a retaining wall. Here are some of the top things to consider when designing a retaining wall for your yard.
Harsh winter weather can take a toll on lawns and landscaping. Ice and heavy snow can kill grass, damage shrubs and trees, and decompose mulch beds. This spring, our team at The Noll Landscape Group would love to spruce up your lawn in Fishers, IN. With our experience and exceptional service, your lawn will be picture perfect in no time.
As the year draws to a close, it’s a time for reflection and thankfulness. But it’s also a time to make future plans. This winter, our team at The Noll Landscape Group invites you to plan now for your lawn and landscaping projects. We’ve been building creative outdoor living spaces in Fishers, IN, and the surrounding area since 1990 and would love to help you design the perfect outdoor living space for your family. We know that every customer and lawn are unique, so we’ve created this 8-step process to help you design the perfect features to meet your needs, taste, and budget.
It feels like fall in Fishers, Indiana! The air is crisp, the leaves are turning beautiful colors, and dew glistens on the grass every morning. But, fall also brings with it some important lawn and landscaping tasks. Here are 5 of the most important tasks we at The Noll Landscape Group recommend to our clients.
You love the idea of waking up in the morning, getting your cup of coffee, and looking out your back window to see deer. They’re graceful creatures, and you enjoy seeing wildlife so up close. But you don’t love what they do to your lawn. Deer can quickly turn into pests as they begin to chew on your carefully manicured lawn or nibble from your garden. To keep the deer at bay, consider these few tips we’ve gathered here at The Noll Landscape Group.
Is your yard in desperate need of some trees? Well, before you start digging holes and doing some planting, here are a few tree-planting tips our pro team here at The Noll Landscape Group wants to pass along.
In Indiana and across the Midwest, there are a handful of plants, flowers, and shrubs that just seem to fare well. At The Noll Landscape Group, we like to incorporate many of these beautiful plants into the landscaping design plans for our customers. Not only do these plants tend to thrive in our area, but they are also easy to maintain—a huge plus for our customers.While this list could certainly be expanded (see MidwestLiving’s original list of 25 plants), here are our top 10 we’d like to feature.