Minimize Mosquitoes With These Landscaping Tricks

Posted on: 28 May 2017
If you're tired of a swarm of bloodthirsty mosquitoes invading your evening barbecues, it is time to rethink your landscaping strategy. By making a few simple changes, you can minimize the mosquitoes in your outside spaces.  Give Your Lawn a Makeover When tackling a mosquito problem, not only do you need to deal with the existing mosquitoes, but you also have to take steps to prevent the birth of future mosquitoes.
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Transform A Planting Bed Into A Focal Point

Posted on: 19 May 2017
Many homeowners take a casual approach to gardening. They go to the local garden supply, pick up some plants that catch their eye, and plant them in their planting bed. This results in a lovely garden bed. However, maybe you'd like to take your landscaping to the next level. Transform that planting bed into a gardening focal point with deliberate planting and accent piece additions. Raised Garden Bed The first step you should consider is turning a flat planting bed into a raised one.
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Have An Unkept And Unsightly Yard? What To Do For An Easy Great Looking Property

Posted on: 16 May 2017
If you aren't able to keep the plants alive that are in your yard, and your grass is always dry or discolored, it's time to talk with a landscaping professional. You can do some things to get a yard that others admire, that compliments your home, and that is easy to maintain at the same time. Here are a few of the things that you want to ask the landscaper about, services you want to hire regularly, and ideas you can incorporate to help make the yard look great.
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Tips To Prevent Mower Damage To Your Sprinklers

Posted on: 2 May 2017
Few things are more frustrating in your lawn than ruining a sprinkler head with the lawnmower. Unfortunately, mechanical damage, such as from mowers and other pieces of equipment, is a common destroyers of sprinkler heads. Replacement can be time consuming and costly. Plus, if you don't catch the damage right away, your lawn may dry out. The following tips can help you prevent mechanical damage to your sprinklers.  Tip #1: Skip stationary heads
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