2020

  • Hardscape Edging: The Benefits


    Your yard can be completely transformed with lush and creative landscaping. A great foundation can be made with wood and greenery, but the yard can be taken to the next level with some hardscape edging stones. Some homeowners are not very familiar with hardscape edging, but it can be very beneficial, as it serves several different purposes and has the ability to deliver long-lasting results. If you would like to enhance the appearance of your yard, keep reading so that you can learn the benefits of hardscape edging.
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  • Enhance Your Landscape With Healthily Trimmed Trees


    Were you lucky enough to buy a house that had an abundance of beautiful, full-grown trees? Or maybe you planted young trees when you moved into your present house many years ago. Those little trees are probably large now. Maybe you have decided that it's past time to have the trees on your property cared for by professional tree trimmers. Read on for ideas on how tree trimming can make your landscape especially beautiful.
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  • Playsets And Mulch: What You Need To Know


    Installing a playset or swing on your property ensures that your children always have a safe place to play that is close to home. One concern is what to do with the lawn beneath the playset, though. Grass will quickly become worn thin, but you do want a ground cover that is both attractive and safe for the kids. Playground wood chips provide the perfect solution. The following can help ensure that they are installed to the best effect.
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  • Spring Weed Control Strategies


    Spring is right around the corner, which means weeds are getting ready to emerge. A weedy lawn early in spring can weaken your grass, making it much more difficult for it to recover and grow lush before summer arrives. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take in late winter and early spring to prevent these lawn nuisances from taking over this summer. 1. Pre-Emergent Herbicides You don't have to wait until the weeds have overtaken your yard before applying a weed killer.
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