There are few additions to your yard that can be as valuable as a shade tree. Not only does this type of vegetation provide shade from the sun, but it can also be a source of privacy, offer a place for your children to play, and even be a home for neighborhood birds. If you're keen on adding a shade tree to your yard, browsing the options at your local garden center will be a good place to start.
11 June 2020
If you've been to nurseries, you've probably seen many people already shopping for plants and other garden necessities. What might have been different was that people were keeping a distance from each other, and many were wearing face masks. During this current health crisis, you might be one of many individuals who has found that being outside is a wonderful break from staying cooped up at home. If you already know just how you want to landscape your front and back yard, go for it.
31 March 2020
Using pavers as a part of your landscaping scheme can be a great idea for a number of reasons. Pavers are typically pretty affordable and can be used for all sorts of purposes when you're landscaping. You can typically put them in yourself, and they aren't permanent, so you can remove them later if you want to. If you would like to take advantage of these benefits of stone pavers and more, you will probably want to keep the four tips below in mind.
27 January 2020
Landscape lighting makes your property safer at night and it also adds an element of beauty. Lights illuminate and create shadows, so you can create artistry with light. There are many types of landscape lights and you can power them in different ways. Here are some options. Solar-Powered Lights The easiest landscape lights to install are ones with solar power that don't need wiring hookups. These often come on stakes you push in the ground that have a solar collector on top to power the lights.
28 December 2019
When you are looking to plant a new garden bed, finding topsoil for sale is going to give your plants a great start. Whether you are trying to revive old garden beds that have been used for too long or your yard is not able to effectively grow grass, topsoil has many benefits. Topsoil comprises roughly 3–10 inches of your soil, but it can be much less in areas where you have poor growth or there has been significant erosion.
15 October 2019
If you have always dreamt of having a big garden but you don't have a green thumb, then you may be a bit scared to turn your dreams into a reality. Luckily, this article has a few tips for you to take better care of your plants this year so that you can have a garden that all of your neighbors will envy. Are you ready to dive deeper into these gardening tips?
26 March 2019
You love your house, and you probably want visitors and passersby to appreciate it, too. That comes with curb appeal. Keeping the house itself in a good state of repair is a good start. However, the landscaping leading up to the house also has implications for curb appeal. Make over your front yard to best show off your home. Attend to the Path As with the house's exterior, your first step should be ensuring the path is in good repair.
18 August 2016
Maintaining your home can be overwhelming, but it is an important aspect in maintaining your investment. While washing your exterior and cleaning the interior are most likely priorities, you should also focus on your landscape. Considering landscaping increases your home's curb appeal and overall value by 5 to 20 percent, maintaining your lawn, shrubs, trees, and flowerbeds is smart. Thankfully, improving your landscape design by concentrating on your lawn is a great place to start.
8 April 2016
Wood chips are typically inexpensive, and they can be very useful around the yard and garden. You can find wood chips for sale from many landscaping and tree removal services (such as The Bushel Stop). Use as Mulch Put a layer of wood chips around the base of trees and in any flowerbeds or gardens to help improve the look of your yard and limit the amount of weeding you'll need to do.
26 August 2015
Taking care of your lawn is a full-time job during the spring and summer, requiring all manner of lawnmowers, weed eaters, or other lawn care devices. Yet, what are you to do with all that stuff come fall when you don't need it anymore? This is a common problem for a lot of people, as yard equipment litters their property during the off season, often at the mercy of the elements.
18 August 2015