Decoding Lights for Your Home’s Exterior

Decoding Lights for Your Home’s Exterior

Exterior lighting shouldn’t be an afterthought. Purposeful lighting can elevate your landscape and make outdoor spaces more comfortable and functional.  When considering outdoor lighting, the secret is to think of its purpose. Do you need lighting in a corner or...
Challenging the Industry: Q&A with Outer Furniture

Challenging the Industry: Q&A with Outer Furniture

We love discovering companies that are disrupting the traditional industry model. We especially love those that challenge traditional retailer gimmicks, practice what they preach, and make an awesome product.  Enter, Outer!  It wasn’t just their beautiful...
How to Shop Nurseries Like a Pro

How to Shop Nurseries Like a Pro

As seasoned landscape architects and designers, it’s easy to take for granted certain “business as usual” facts about our industry.  One of those being that plant substitutions are incredibly common, in fact it’s difficult to complete a professional install...
What’s Next: Installing Your TILLY Plan

What’s Next: Installing Your TILLY Plan

You’ve received your Tilly package and are ready to dig in – cheesy plant pun for the win! Our team has broken down how to evaluate if this is a project you can DIY or if you should source outside help. If you are going to hire help, below are some guildelines...
7 Winter Garden & Yard Chores

7 Winter Garden & Yard Chores

Winter may be the quietest season in the garden, but there are some simple chores you can do to help your yard look its best this spring! So, when you’re ready to come out of hibernation, take advantage of any sunny winter days and check off Tilly’s 7 winter...
Decoding Plant Tags

Decoding Plant Tags

Plant shopping sounds easy, but there is a lot to consider when you are planning out your garden. It’s certainly not “one size fits all” so our design team has decoded plant tags to take some questions out of the purchasing process. Tags will vary, but we’ve...

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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