Install And Maintain Lawn Edging To Make Your Yard More Attractive And Look Well Kept

Posted on: 9 December 2020

If you're looking for an easy and inexpensive way to make your lawn look like it's professionally tended and more attractive, then you should add lawn edging. Edging makes crisp lines between grass and things like foundation plants, walkways, and garden beds. Here's a look at options in edging, how to install it, and how to maintain the edges of your property. Types Of Lawn Edging You can buy edging that is barely noticeable or edging that adds an attractive element to your lawn.
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Five Winterization Tips For Your Landscaping Beds

Posted on: 25 November 2020

With winter arriving, you have one last landscaping task to do before taking the season off. The following five tips will ensure your landscaping looks good through the winter and that it is ready for spring. 1. Clean Out the Annuals Don't leave the old annual flowers from summer languishing in the beds after frost kills them off. Not only does it look bad, but the debris can also harbor pests and diseases, which can return to plague your landscaping next year.
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Soil Erosion Control Recommendations For Your Property Landscaping Improvements

Posted on: 19 October 2020

Soil erosion from wind and rain is a big problem when you are landscaping your property. You don't want to have the small dust particles that can get into the air because of the adverse health problems that come along with dust suspension, and you also don't want to lose your soil due to erosion. Here are some recommendations which you can use to help control the erosion of soil in your yard and protect your property from the adverse effects of wind and rain.
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Tree Removal Preparations to Keep Landscaping Clean and Reduce Property Damage

Posted on: 24 September 2020

The trees on your property can sometimes end up being hazards. These hazards can be difficult to deal with, and you may need to have trees removed to ensure your property stays safe. This can also cause a problem with landscaping, and damage to property. Therefore, you want to make sure to take precautions, and properly prepare for your tree removal. The following tree removal preparations will help keep your landscaping clean and prevent damage to property:
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