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Landscape Architects The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners regulates the practice of landscape architecture in the state of Texas. The title “landscape architect” is a regulated term. Only those individuals who have become registered as landscape architects may legally call themselves a landscape architect. .To learn more about what is considered landscape architecture, visit the Laws & Enforcement section of this site. If you are looking for a registered landscape architect, find a landscape architect. If you are interested in seeking a career as a a landscape architect, visit the How to Register section of this site.
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Texas Landscape Design

Wes (owner) and his very capable crew were a pleasure to work with. After a slight communication mix up, they showed up on time and instead of taking two days to complete the project, they did it in one. Kudos to Sammy (crew supervisor) and crew for installing a completely new drainage system and re-sodding our back yard. We are very satisfied with the initial outcome and look forward to NOT having standing water in our yard after the next heavy rain. Would definitely recommend Native Texas Landscape.P. Gibson, Google+Wes and the guys at Native Texas are the best, i came to them with a rough design and they turned it into a masterpiece. The project had many different aspects to it, new trees, palms, bushes, and flowers, sprinkler system redesign, and a stone paver outdoor shower. Since then we use them for everything, Charlie is a true professional, very knowledgable and always smiling. My dad and brother-in-law had the same experience, I recommend these guys to everyone!A_ Francis, Google+NTL created waterfall and butterfly garden. Both are fabulous. Really listened to our vision then exceeded our expectations.Marsha W, Home Advisor
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Texas Landscape Design

Find useful information to help you create an attractive earth-friendly landscape.  Good planning and design will lead to a landscape that reflects the character of central Texas, conserves resources, and protects our environment.
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Texas Landscape Design

Use this design sheet to help you create the perfect ranch-style landscape. You’ll get ideas for color, décor, materials, plants and fabric. It is a great starting point for any Texas landscaping project.
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Texas Landscape Design

Wes (owner) and his very capable crew were a pleasure to work with. After a slight communication mix up, they showed up on time and instead of taking two days to complete the project, they did it in one. Kudos to Sammy (crew supervisor) and crew for installing a completely new drainage system and re-sodding our back yard. We are very satisfied with the initial outcome and look forward to NOT having standing water in our yard after the next heavy rain. Would definitely recommend Native Texas Landscape.P. Gibson, Google+
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Texas Landscape Design

Wes and the guys at Native Texas are the best, i came to them with a rough design and they turned it into a masterpiece. The project had many different aspects to it, new trees, palms, bushes, and flowers, sprinkler system redesign, and a stone paver outdoor shower. Since then we use them for everything, Charlie is a true professional, very knowledgable and always smiling. My dad and brother-in-law had the same experience, I recommend these guys to everyone!A_ Francis, Google+
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Texas Landscape Design

On November 22, 2016, a federal judge in Texas temporarily halted a U.S. Department of Labor rule that extends overtime pay to roughly 4.2 million workers across the country. The rule, which was slated to take effect on December 1, updated the standard salary level requiring certain workers making $47,476 and below to receive overtime pay for working extra hours. In hi sruling, U.S. District Court Judge Amos L. Mazzant III said the preliminary injunction preserves the status quo past the December 1 deadline while he takes the time to hear the case and determines the validity of the rule, which was finalized in May 2016.
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Texas Landscape Design

Your property offers a great opportunity to extend your living space and create a gathering spot for family and friends. Many parts of Texas have a climate that is suited to outdoor living during most of the year. For this reason, swimming pools, outdoor kitchens, and fire features are popular additions. If you have the space, consider adding a sports court such as bocce ball or volleyball. With features such as these your home will quickly become the place everyone wants to be.
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7 Steps to a Smart Yard No matter what point you are starting from, you can add ease, comfort, and enjoyment to your yard or garden by using native and adapted plants. 1. Plan and Design Start with the end in mind. Once you have a solid idea of what you want, look critically at what you’ve got. 2. Reduce Turf Less turf means more time to enjoy your lawn, and more money saved because you won’t have to water as much. 3. Soil Organic matter is the key to a solid foundation to help your plants thrive. Compost helps to condition the soil. 4. Planting The right plant in the right place. Use the SmartScape plant database to find native and adapted plants. 5. Mulch Mulch helps reduce evaporation and cools soils in the summer by up to 10 degrees. 6. Water-Wise Efficient irrigation will save you money. It is best to water in the early morning. 7. Maintenance Regularity and moderation should guide your maintenance schedule. Avoid excessive pruning as natural beauty softens the landscape. Learn More Learn more about the7 Steps to a Smart Yard >>
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1. Plan and Design Start with the end in mind. Once you have a solid idea of what you want, look critically at what you’ve got. 2. Reduce Turf Less turf means more time to enjoy your lawn, and more money saved because you won’t have to water as much. 3. Soil Organic matter is the key to a solid foundation to help your plants thrive. Compost helps to condition the soil. 4. Planting The right plant in the right place. Use the SmartScape plant database to find native and adapted plants. 5. Mulch Mulch helps reduce evaporation and cools soils in the summer by up to 10 degrees. 6. Water-Wise Efficient irrigation will save you money. It is best to water in the early morning. 7. Maintenance Regularity and moderation should guide your maintenance schedule. Avoid excessive pruning as natural beauty softens the landscape. Learn More Learn more about the7 Steps to a Smart Yard >>
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Prior to the recent court ruling, many employers across the country had changed or made plans to change the way they pay workers to meet the rule’s requirements. With this new legal development, it is unclear how employers, including landscape architecture firms should proceed. Judge Mazzant’s ruling only temporarily halts the Labor Department’s rule nationwide, and reversing it could take more than a year. The U.S. Department of Labor has reported that it strongly disagrees with the decision by the court, and is considering all legal options.
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