Landscape Architects

Posted on June 29, 2018 By

If you’ve just bought a new house, take a look out your back window. Is your plot simply a pile of dirt ready for planting? Or if it’s already seeded or laid with sod, does your land still look more like a fairway than a lawn? Though there’s nothing wrong with green grass, there’s more…


How Do I Create a Small Garden with Difficult Soil?

Posted on June 20, 2018 By

Don’t blame yourself if you’re having trouble sustaining your yard. It doesn’t mean you lack a green thumb or can’t keep the simplest of species alive. The number one problem in any kind of landscaping is soil. Unless you live in a fertile part of the country, there’s a good chance you’ll run into difficult…


Backyard Swing Sets and Kid Slides

Posted on June 18, 2018 By

With the enormous amount of children’s products available today, deciding what to spend your money on can be difficult. As a parent, you want something that will be durable and provide a lot of good times for your kids. When sifting through the wide variety of games and toys, many find that the things they…


Natural Grass Putting Greens: The Rewards and Drawbacks

Posted on June 18, 2018 By

One of the good things about choosing a natural grass putting green is that the initial installation is usually cheaper than the synthetic alternatives. You’ll want to resist, however, the urge to try to install the green yourself. More goes into installing a putting green than special grass and a good mower. Installation A sand…


Heirloom Gardening Tools

Posted on June 14, 2018 By

Gently worn tools are the hallmark of the true gardener. There’s a patina on the garden tool handles laid in by firm hands over years of digging, turning, cultivating and filling in. Your investment now in good quality gardening tools will last for generations. A gardener’s tools should match the gardener’s strength and style of…


Lawn Irrigation The Fast Track to Healthy Grass

Posted on June 14, 2018 By

No matter what kind of house you live in, a green, healthy lawn is always the perfect compliment. When it comes to curb appeal, your grass, plants, trees, and shrubs are more than half the battle. Pulling the hose out every time you need to water is a hassle that many homeowners would rather do…


Landscape Your Yard with Raised Bed Gardening

Posted on June 9, 2018 By

Few gardening practices offer you more benefits than choosing a raised garden bed as one of your primary landscaping techniques. From a practical standpoint, you’ll have healthier plants and easier landscaping to maintain. And from an aesthetic point of view, by being creative about the materials you build raised beds out of and where you…


The Ins and Outs of Yard Landscaping

Posted on June 7, 2018 By

Your yard landscaping options are heavily dependent on a few factors. Where you live will determine what kinds of plants you can grow. The slope of your lawn and its soil type will determine how those plants should be watered. The size of the lot and your yard landscaping budget are also significant factors. Additionally,…


Garden Hoses

Posted on June 5, 2018 By

In some areas, an outdoor water hose is more than just a convenience; it’s a way of life. It keeps flowers healthy, kids happy, and vehicles show room sharp. Whether you want a green lawn or a clean car, a garden hose is an excellent tool to keep your property looking its best. Types of…