1. Why Native Plants Matter in Your Landscaping

    What makes a garden pop are the beautiful and luscious botanics that only the tropics can grow, and yet — against all advice — people still try to grow Birds of Paradise or Passion Flower in dry, arid climates! So why grow plants native to Walpole? At Acres of Green, we’re well acquainted with…Read More

  2. Feng Shui for Your Garden

    You may have heard about feng shui design for your home to cultivate balance between the different spaces, but did you know the principles of feng shui aren’t reserved solely for the home? The practice of feng shui can be used in your outdoor landscaping as well! Finding landscapers in Walpole can…Read More

  3. Adaptive Gardening For All Abilities

    Creating an outdoor sanctuary in the Walpole area that is abundant in local Massachusetts greenery with native and heirloom fruits and vegetables, ushers in the spring and summer gardening season. Creating a garden that flourishes and produces an abundant yield takes a good amount of sweat equity, g…Read More

  4. How Landscaping Supports Your Health

    In our last blog, we touched on how landscaping helps you accomplish your New Year's resolution goal in fitness. Did you also know that through landscaping — gardening specifically — you can support your nutritional health and the environment at the same time? You can, and at Acres of Green we c…Read More

  5. Make Your Outdoor Landscape Merry and Bright

    Here on the East Coast, we definitely see winter weather! We have a  mix of snow and ice with everything nice. People tend to believe spring and summer are the only times to be outdoors beautifying the yard, but that is absolute nonsense! Put on your “garden designer” hat year round, and turn y…Read More

  6. Landscaping with Plants Native to Massachusetts

    In addition to being beautiful, landscaping with native plants has a lot of other benefits for you and the environment. Your landscaping choices can impact the birds, insects and wildlife native to the Walpole area. They are all interdependent, and when one part of the ecosystem is out of balance, t…Read More