Yard Irrigation Factors Homeowners Need To Consider
24 January 2018
Meeting the irrigation needs of your yard can be an important task to do, if you are concerned about caring for the appearance and health of your landscaping. While watering your yard may seem like a very simple task, there are many homeowners fail to appreciate a few facts and considerations when it comes to irrigating their yards.
Trees And Other Large Plants Will Require More Thorough Watering Sessions
The larger plants on your property can be among the most distinctive and useful.
Three Things You Can Do With Decorative Pergolas
1 February 2017
A pergola is similar to an arbor, except that it is more like a colonnade of arbors and often incorporates a bench or two where people can sit and take in the view. If you like the idea of a pergola, but you are not sure what you would do with it, there are plenty of decorative ideas available. The following three are the most common and most visually pleasing.
Tips to Manage Weeds and Debris in Landscape Stones
13 December 2016
Landscaping stones provide an attractive mulching option for pathways, dry creek beds, or planting beds that feature perennials and small shrubs. Unlike other forms of mulch, you never need to replace the stones. Landscaping stones also encourage good drainage in the area. Unfortunately, they can be difficult to maintain if weeds get into the bed. This usually occurs from seeds sprouting beneath the stones, although sometimes a soil layer will develop within the stone bed and allow seeds to germinate.
3 Tips for Installing New Sod in Your Yard
4 November 2016
Purchasing rolls of sod from a garden store is by far the quickest and most effective way to get your lawn looking lush and green. Yet if you want those results to last, it's important to know a few key things about installing sod. If you have plans to resod your lawn, read on. This article will discuss three valuable strategies for ensuring a long-lasting result.
Start by killing weeds.