Marine Landscaping 101: 3 Popular Seawall Materials

Posted on: 10 March 2017

Owning a waterfront home comes with its own set of problems. Sure, the view is breathtakingly beautiful. However, you'll need to prevent the water from eroding your land – especially if your home sits along saltwater. Luckily, marine landscaping can help. With a well built sea wall, your home and property will stay safe from water erosion. Sea walls can be built with a variety of materials. So which materials are the most popular?
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2 Reasons To Hire A Sprinkler Repair Service

Posted on: 2 March 2017

Your sprinklers are one of the most essential aspects of your landscape design. They are used to not only make sure that your grass gets the amount of water that it needs, but they can also be used to water your plants, such as your trees, shrubs, and flowers. Because of this, it can be a big deal if something happens to go wrong with your sprinklers. You are going to have problems getting the amount of water that you need to your grass and other plants, which can cause them to go downhill quickly.
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Three Ways To Make Your Lawn Magically Appear (Or Make It Seem That Way!)

Posted on: 1 March 2017

Lawns are complicated things. You have to get all of this green grass to grow from seeds, stay green, cut it, keep it tidy, fertilize it, etc. It is definitely not easy to do if you cannot be right on top of it all the time. No one would blame you for a spotty lawn, but if you want your lawn to spring from the ground and look instantaneously stunning, you do have options.
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Choosing Native Shrubs For Your Prairie Landscape

Posted on: 25 October 2016

Living in the Midwest brings hot summers and chilly winters, but it is one of the most fertile areas of the country. This makes landscaping a particular challenge, because, while most things grow well, choosing components for a sustainable prairie landscape can be tricky. Here are some prairie shrubs that tend to do well in natural prairie landscapes.  Dogwoods Dogwoods have brightly colored bark that looks pretty against the winter snow, even after the shrub has lost its leaves.
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