News & Events

March 10, 2017

A lot of beautiful spring blossoms emerged during the latest unseasonably warm weather. A hard freeze is forecast tonight. Here are some tips from to help protect your trees:

Protect your trees and plants

February 24, 2017

Garden Planning

What beautiful spring-like weather here in Western Loudoun this week! There's no better motivator than nice temperatures to take a look around your garden and decide what you'd like to grow. February is the perfect month to make your plan and order seeds. One of our favorite ways to start by looking through catalogs and gardening magazines, clipping ideas out as we go.

October 19, 2016

October through December is the time to plant new trees and shrubs! Consider an Oak, Beech, Dutch Elm, Amelanchier (Serviceberry) or Maple to enrich your landscape, rebuild the canopy and improve the air quality. Trees are gorgeous to behold any time of the year. Email or call Wildwood Landscape today at (540) 338-7190 to for more information.

September 13, 2016

Rain would be welcome right now. It is hard to see all the grass turning brown and plants wilting.

There are specific plants that fair better in this type of climate and ways to care for your current landscape to keep it healthy. We can help you figure out what can be done to keep your property looking good under all conditions. Email us or call 540.338.7190 to set up an appointment.

In the meantime, check out these helpful blog posts:

August 19, 2016

Right now, you'll see many of your flowers looking rather pale. Now is the time to deadhead in order to allow for more blooms a little later on. It also helps tidy up the look of your gardens as well as prevent too much re-seeding.

Echinacea (coneflower) seeds a lot so it's good to leave a few for the birds!

To learn more about Echinacea visit:

June 17, 2016

Sustainable landscape design can help your property look great through drought or heavy rain

June 8, 2016

One of Wildwood Landscape's recent garden projects at West End Wine Bar & Pub includes plants that attract our needed pollinators. This garden includes moonbeam coreopsis, Russian sage, echinacea, dianthus, catmint, swamp milkweed and Joe-pye weed among others.For a full list of plants and flowers that attract and feed our essential pollinators including Monarchs, visit the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy.

April 19, 2016

On April 8 Wildwood Landscape teamed up with Loudoun County's Banneker Elementary School to create a new monarch way station for their second graders. Go Broncos!

July 27, 2013

Check out the article in today's (July 27th's) Washington Post Real Estate Section, The do’s and don’ts of back yard aquatic installations.

July 23, 2013

Here is a recent example of our stone-masonry work; a new outdoor fireplace for a great client in Arlington, Virginia. See many more photos on our Facebook page!


April 26, 2013

We are pleased to announce that our farm-to-fork exhibit won the "Best Overall Presentation" award at the 2013 Leesburg Flower & Garden fest! Thank you to everyone who made the weekend a success!

Read more in this week's Leesburg Today, click here!


April 15, 2013

Are you looking forward to the Leesburg Flower & Garden Festival this month?

We definitely are! Our team is gearing up for the 23rd Annual Leesburg Flower and Garden Festival, April 20th and 21st. This will be our seventh year! As last year’s winner of the “Outstanding Creativity Award,” and with a record of at least one award each year, we know we have a reputation to uphold; this means stretching our own creative gardening boundaries. This year’s display will be rooted in the ideas of sustainability, edible landscaping and ecological balance.