Helping Your Landscape Survive A Hot And Dry Midwest Summer

Posted on: 7 November 2016
The Midwest is known for its decent rainfall, some humid temperatures, and excellent growing potential. Typically, lawns and ornamental shrubs and flowers flourish with little encouragement. It's rare to see homes with sprinkler systems, as the rainfall is sufficient to support landscape growth. A dry season, therefore, can be difficult for your landscape to weather. To help your plants and flowers survive a temporary Midwest drought, consider the following care suggestions.
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Choosing Drought Resistant Trees For Your Outdoor Restaurant Patio

Posted on: 10 May 2016
If you have a restaurant with a large outdoor patio, then your patio is likely one of the best features. This is especially true with the summer fast approaching. However, if the patio area is bare, then there may not be much to visibly draw patrons to the patio area. A nice view can greatly increase your customer base, and hiring a landscape business to add trees to the space can help to create natural beauty.
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Fantastic Landscaping With A Flair! Tips To Feng Shui Your Home's Landscape

Posted on: 28 July 2015
As a homeowner, you most likely understand the importance of your landscaping. From an increased curb appeal and value to displaying your household's unique personality and style, it is easy to see the benefits of fantastic landscaping. Of course, spreading grass seed across your yard and throwing some flowers around the mailbox does not offer much in terms of creativity and style. Fortunately, utilizing the principles of Feng Shui can turn your landscape into a relaxing, valuable, and functional space.
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3 Child-Friendly Landscaping Ideas

Posted on: 22 June 2015
It's natural for kids to want to play outdoors, and it's good for them. But if you're an avid gardener that takes pride in your flowers and plants, it can be difficult to let your small children run around in your yard, knowing that they may inadvertently damage your hard work. One of the best ways to avoid this is to make working in the yard or garden a family project.
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