3 Ideas For Naturally Removing Tree Stumps From Your Property
27 May 2016
After having a tree removed from your property, you likely want to be left with a large stump that won't get in the way while mowing the lawn and even end up attracting pests that may try to make the stump their home. While you can certainly hire a professional for tree stump removal or rely on chemicals that break down the wood, you may prefer to use a more natural method—especially if you have pets or young children that spend a lot of time outdoors.
Tips For Designing A Public Garden
3 March 2016
If you own an area that has a lot of extra, unused land, you might think that this is the perfect chance for you to create a public garden. To use the land as effectively as possible and ensure that your garden is an enjoyable place for people to be, you will need to put some planning into the design of your garden. Here are some tips for making your public garden as comfortable for as many people as possible.
Minimizing Bleeding When Pruning Your Trees
24 December 2015
Whenever you cut deep enough into a tree, some sap is going to leak out. A little bit of sap leakage is not going to cause any major problems. However, when you lop off a whole limb or a lot of branches at once, as you often do when pruning a tree, the sap loss, or "bleeding" as it is often called, can weaken the tree. After all, that sap contains the water and nutrients that your tree's tissues need to survive.
3 Small-Scale Turf Projects
12 December 2015
Having fresh grass included in your landscape design can be beneficial, but it may be difficult if your home doesn't come with a lot of property. If you want to enjoy the smell and feel of fresh grass without laying sod in a large area, here are three small-scale turf projects you might want to consider adding to your landscape in the future.
1. Update pathways to include grass.
If you have no available yard space, you will need to get creative when it comes to incorporating turf into your landscape design.