"We are so enjoying the rejuvenated landscape around our home. Your suggested modifications to the layout of the patios are so attractive and have such a relaxed feel. The big pots are a nice feature in and of themselves.I am enjoying the flexibility they afford as my “puttering garden” space.We will very soon be adding a sculpture to one of your suggested “art spots.” Thanks for presenting us with possibilities and for asking all those questions to help us all determine what we were looking for in an outdoor space.We are so pleased with the results of your landscape design – both in the daylight and in the evening with the redesigned lighting plan. Thanks for all your help throughout the process."
K & L, Oro Valley AZ
We moved in the first weekend of September. Really enjoying Tucson and especially our landscaping. I wanted to let you know how well everything turned out. The design and selection of plants has been great. My favorite plant so far is the Desert Willow. The hummingbirds have loved it and now they are enjoying our feeder.
We love the BBQ Island and bar and the satellite patio is great for star gazing and mountain viewing. Will be even better when we get comfy furniture.
Please stop by if you happen to be out this way. Always have a bottle of wine ready for guests.
Thanks again for all your creative ideas.
S & D, Catalina AZ
Landscape with Saguaros
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Diana Turner APLD
APLD - Association of Professional Landscape Designers (Diana is currently the President of the Board of Directors for the Southern Arizona District of APLD)
2009 - Grand Prize in Tucson Botanical Gardens Xeriscape Award 2009 - APLD Designer of the Month for April 2008 - ALCA Award of Excellence - Landscape Renovation 2008 - ALCA Judges Award - Landscape Renovation 2007 - ALCA Judges Award - Landscape Renovation 2006 - ALCA Judges Award - Landscape Renovation 2006 - ALCA Judges Award - Landscape Renovation 2005 - ALCA Award of Distinction - Small Garden
Diana's work has frequently appeared in "Tucson Lifestyle HOME & GARDEN"
as well as in "Phoenix Home & Garden"
She also writes the monthly "Sonoran Sage" nature column in "The Desert Leaf"