Three Ways To Control Overgrown Trees

Posted on: 11 September 2017

Overgrown trees on your property can make your landscape look unkempt, and they can also pose a hazard since they are more likely to drop branches or blow down. Often, these overgrown trees can be saved so that they become beautiful accents to the yard, as well as providing shade. The following are a few options for controlling the trees. Trim back bushy growth Many evergreens are more shrub than tree, which means they can be trimmed rather extensively to control size.
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Large-Scale Community Garden Designs Are About More Than Just Growing Food

Posted on: 1 September 2017

Starting a community garden seems like it wouldn't take a lot of effort -- you need land and people willing to start garden plots, right? But any large-scale revamping of land affects more than just the cosmetic aspects of the area. Starting from when you dig all the way to maintaining a thriving garden year after year takes a lot more input than just that of the people planning to add some carrots and beans.
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Basic Tips On The Benefits Of Having Quality Landscaping

Posted on: 25 August 2017

There are quite a few benefits of having the exterior of your home beautifully designed, including enhancing its aesthetic appeal. When you decide to upgrade the exterior of your home, the options may be limitless when it comes to the overall landscape design. The various options include adding monument decorations, creating patterns along the pavement, and putting in bushes, shrubs and flower beds around the perimeter of your home. In addition, when you invest in landscaping your home, you are also helping to preserve nature.
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Could Your Landscape Benefit From Smart Irrigation?

Posted on: 18 July 2017

During the hot days of summer, drought can be one of the most damaging things to your landscape. Not only will it stress or kill your plants, but it will also make them more susceptible to insect infestations and damage. The only way to rescue your landscape is to put an irrigation plan in place, but if you do not put the right plan in place, you run the risk of over-watering, which in turn can equate to wasting water.
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