Do you wish your landscape more closely reflected your style or the style of your home? Is your landscape a hodgepodge of materials that lack rhyme or reason? Do you keep landscape and garden images in a wide variety of styles and designs hoping to implement them on your own landscape? The following tips will help lead you to a better result.
Constant mowing and fertilizing can make lawns a chore to maintain, and keeping your lawn looking green may get expensive. Some people have kept a lawn simply because they don’t know what else to do. There are plenty of options, including reducing the size of your lawn, choosing native grasses and other water-smart plants, or adding hardscape.
Although there’s not a lot going on in the garden this month (which is good because chances are your time is full of other commitments), here are some things you can do for your landscape in December.
Even though we are big fans of edibles and native plants, lawns do have a place in the yard, specifically when actively used by children and pets. Fall and spring are great times to give some extra TLC to your turf. Here are some recommendations.
Does your entry make an impact from the street? Think of your entry as your home’s first impression. More often than not, this short transition area from the street or driveway to the front door is overlooked. Your entry should grab visitors’ attention, direct them to the front door and give them a sense of arrival.
Planning and creating the perfect paving stone installation for your specific project can be highly rewarding when done correctly. Whether you do it yourself or hire a contractor, the following steps will need to be followed.