Tips to Manage Weeds and Debris in Landscape Stones

Posted on: 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. [Read More]

3 Tips for Installing New Sod in Your Yard

Posted on: 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. [Read More]

Affordable Ways To Spruce Up Your Landscape Design

Posted on: 27 September 2016

If you would like to give your landscape a makeover, but are afraid of the cost, you may want to take a few moments to review the following tips. This way, you can get the look you want without breaking the bank. Use Fill Wanted Signs For Landscape Rocks By placing a sign in front of your home, or in various places around town with your phone number, you may find that there are individuals and companies that have various sizes of rocks that can be used as fill or for a landscape design. [Read More]

Taking A Look At The Biggest Mistakes DIYers Make With Residential Irrigation

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Greenery which offers dismal color variations, flowers that droop or fail to bloom, and dead spots in your landscaping are all signs that you are dealing with a problem with lack of water. Unfortunately, if you live in some parts of the country, rainfall is not as abundant as you really need to have a healthy landscape. Thankfully, residential irrigation is a possibility in just about every case and can help ensure you have a lush, healthy landscape. [Read More]