2020

  • Hardscaping Design Guide That Flows with Landscaping and Outdoor Living Space

    The hardscaping around your home is retaining walls and other structures that support your landscaping. Sometimes, the hardscaping needs to be part of landscaping as well as outdoor living spaces. Therefore, you want to create designs that flow well and look great. Do you want to incorporate hardscaping into your design plans? You can pull this off by using materials and colors that match your home and outdoor living space features.
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  • Important Insight To Help You Use Compost In Your Garden Soil

    Using compost in your backyard soil does more than gives you a use for your organic yard waste, but it also makes a nutrient-dense material that many people will buy in bags from a local home and garden shop. But whether you get your compost from a local supplier or you make your own, you can benefit from its use in amazing ways. Here are some important tips about using compost to boost your garden and landscape soil.
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  • Three Reasons To Choose Artificial Turf With Long Blades Of Grass For Your Backyard

    Artificial turf in your backyard can be hugely desirable. In addition to always looking pristine, its presence will mean that you'll no longer have to spend time mowing the lawn. If you're thinking about adding turf to your backyard, there are many different styles to consider. One decision that you'll need to make is how long the individual blades of "grass" will be. Your local artificial turf retailer will have products with a wide range of blade lengths.
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  • Four Things You Should Do To Your Lawn Every Spring

    If you're like most new homeowners, you're looking forward to winter finally coming to a close. It won't be long now before the daffodils and other flowering bulbs begin putting on their annual show, the flowering trees start to bloom, and your lawn springs back to life. One of the most enjoyable parts of owning your own home is cultivating an outdoor living space to meet your personal needs and preferences, but if you're inexperienced with lawn care, you may be wondering what you should be doing now to keep your lawn looking good for the rest of the spring and summer.
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