Purpose: The purpose of the Employee of the Month Program is to recognize employees who have served Landscape Images in an exceptional manner by exemplifying outstanding service through his or her work and exhibiting a positive and supportive attitude. Each month is based on a new criteria. Every team member in the company will vote at the end of the month on the person they...
Landscape Images, Ltd. is looking for a full-time, reliable, energetic, crew member, with a great attitude and work ethic, to work landscape installation for residential clientele in the New Orleans area.
Landscape Images has been composting debris from client’s gardens for quite a few years now. This is one of the many ways we strive to keep waste from entering the landfills. It also saves on fuel emissions by having less deliveries of soils from outside sources.
With summer here our pets will be spending a lot more time out in the yards. The best way to neutralize their urine and reduce the damage to your lawn is to dilute the urine by saturating the spot with water immediately afterward. Also make sure your dog is well hydrated to dilute the strength of the urine.
Kim Alvarez John Bland
At the beginning of 2017 we will bid a fond farewell to Jeannette Roussell, who has been with us for 22 years. All of us here at Landscape Images appreciate her hard work and dedication to help bring our company to the top of it’s class. She will be greatly missed by all who have worked with her. We wish her all the best in...
Landscape Images once again participated in St. Charles Avenue's third annual “Wine, Dine & Design” tablescapes event, which featured 25 tables created by local retailers and designers. All of which were a unique and extravagant work of art.
Bonnie and Derek went out on Sunday to see the Saints vs the Raiders! It was the first game of the Saints 50th season!
Alan and Marianne attended the Edible School Yard NOLA's annual fundraiser event An Edible Evening, which took place on Thursday, April 14, 2016.
For four days in March, the New Orleans Museum of Art opens its doors to the public to showcase beautifully creative pieces of living art throughout the museum in their yearly fundraiser, “Art in Bloom.”