Last Minute Fall Landscaping To Do’s

Last Minute Fall Landscaping To Do’s

Fall is in the air and while we’re enjoying curling up on the couch to watch football, it’s also a great time to be outdoors. When it comes to your landscape, fall is a great time to do more than just rake your leaves. Planting in cooler weather allows for good root...
5 Minute Tasks for Your Yard

5 Minute Tasks for Your Yard

Need some quick tips to improve your yard? Our head designer, Blythe Yost, recently did an interview with one of our favorite home sites, Apartment Therapy where she gave some helpful tips to boost your curb appeal when you’re short on time! Below is the...
Tips to Sustainable Gardening

Tips to Sustainable Gardening

What is sustainable gardening? Sustainable gardening is all about using resources in a smart and environmentally conscious way. Doing so means you’ll have less waste, use fewer scary chemicals, and overall, gardening will cost less. We put our heads together and...
Spotlight on a Tilly Designer: Zoe!

Spotlight on a Tilly Designer: Zoe!

We sat down with our fabulous New York-based Tilly landscape designer, Zoe and asked her some questions about herself, her career, what plants she’s growing at home, working with Tilly, and more! Read below and feel free to chime in with any questions. Why did you...
Customer Review: A Hudson Valley Home from Dreary to Dreamy!

Customer Review: A Hudson Valley Home from Dreary to Dreamy!

Today on the blog we’re featuring another Q&A with a Tilly customer! Check out what this family has to say about their experience with Tilly… and if they plan to appear on HGTV soon! We also always like to remind beginner gardeners that new plants need some time...

We have found the Tilly process to be most successful on properties less than an acre.

A major part of remote design is understanding a property’s existing conditions and limitations. To do this we generally use the primary structure (usually the house) as the main point of reference. The greater distances are from from the house the less successful we are at understanding your property. No matter what the size of your property, the more information you can provide us, the better. Don’t be shy with the pictures! And please send along any and all architectural or property plan documents you can.

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