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Learn How To Enhance Your Outdoor Spaces with NC Greenprints

With your Greenprint, you’ll have everything you need to be successful in your next outdoor project – from tools, to step-by-step instructions and helpful tips!

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Why Hiring a Certified Plant Professional Makes Sense

Sometimes, a project is just too big to handle on your own. Partnering with a Certified Plant Professional can help bring your project — no matter how simple or complex — to life in your outdoor space.

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Did you know that a well-landscaped lawn could actually save you money?

A well-designed and maintained home landscape saves enough energy to pay for itself in less than 8 years.


One 25-foot tree can reduce your heating/cooling costs by up to 10%.


Great landscaping can increase real estate’s appraised value by 8-15%.

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Dressing Up Your Walkway

Dressing up your walkway is the perfect way to add a colorful pop to your front yard. Whether you’re working with a large pathway or an apartment breezeway, this beginner-level project is a great way to add your favorite perennial flowers and welcome visitors to your home.

Did you know that landscaping your outdoor spaces can positively impact health and wellness?


Plants reduce mental fatigue, increase concentration and increase productivity.


Gardening and landscaping is a great source of exercise, burning calories, building muscle mass, maintaining bone density, reducing blood pressure and obesity, etc.


Just five minutes of exercise in a green nature setting can boost mood and self-esteem.

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Did you know that investing time and resources into your landscape helps the environment?

Trees reduce the “greenhouse effect” (CO2 increases) by shading buildings, reducing energy usage and decreasing fossil fuel consumption.


Well-planned and maintained landscapes filter dust and other pollutants out of rainwater.


Trees and shrubs reduce air pollutants, including ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxides, cadmium, lead, nickel and chromium.