Now that spring is here, you're probably looking forward to spending more time outdoors -- but like most homeowners, you don't enjoy spending time in a yard that hasn't been well-maintained. After all, it's hard to relax when the appearance of your yard suggests that landscaping chores have been neglected. Here's what you should be doing in your yard at the beginning of spring to ensure that you can sit back and enjoy the results this summer.
21 March 2018
The time to begin preparing your lawn for a new season of growth is upon you, and it is a good time to review tips for good lawn maintenance. Here is some insight to get your lawn ready in the spring with appropriate mowing, watering, fertilization, and other health-promoting tasks so you can have a beautiful lawn all summer. Prepare Fertilization Schedule You can begin to prepare your first fertilization on your lawn in early spring before the lawn begins to grow and the soil has warmed up.
16 March 2018
When you need to get the most out of your landscape, the best thing you can do for yourself is to hire companies that can assist you, while also getting your own ongoing education. As a homeowner tip, one of the best things you can do is get your erosion issues under control. Failing to handle your landscape erosion can make it difficult to maintain your lawn, so follow the tips below to keep your erosion issues at bay.
15 February 2018
Flagpoles allow you to display your patriotism for a country, but most homeowners leave them to stand alone. While flags become the main focal point, they are constructed from bare metal or fiberglass, and the commonly stand over twenty-five feet. Landscaping around the pole helps to soften the pole height and blandness, and add interest to the landscape. Follow these suggestions to landscape around the flagpole. Prepare to Landscape Around the Pole
2 February 2018
Blanket mulches are similar to how they sound. These mulches are made from sheets of material and may be made out of plastic or organic materials. Blanket mulches are primarily used to form a weed barrier by being unrolled and spread over a garden bed. Knowing more about blanket mulches will help you know how they fit into your garden. Plastic Blanket Mulches Traditional blanket mulches are rolls of plastic sheeting designed for use in garden beds.
31 December 2017
Sometimes, tree removal leaves you with a stubborn stump sticking up in the middle of your lawn. What are some of the options to help get rid of the stump? You may want to consider bringing it, digging it up or having a stump removal service grind the stump down into mulch-like material. Here are some tips that will help you deal with the stubborn stump that is left behind after having a tree removal done:
16 December 2017
If you are going to be purchasing a living evergreen tree to decorate your home this holiday season and plan on replanting the tree outdoors in the spring where a damaged shrub is currently located, use the tips below to help you care for the living tree while it is in your home and remove and dispose of the shrub in preparation for the replanting of the tree next spring:
30 November 2017
Curb appeal is important for the value of your home. It is also something that gives your home an attractive personal touch. A major part of curb appeal is the landscaping design, which older homes often have outdated and neglected landscaping. There are affordable projects that you may want to consider to makeover the landscaping around your home. Here are a few tips that will help you get started with affordable landscaping renovations for curb appeal:
17 October 2017
Managing weeds in your home's flower beds can seem like an ongoing battle with you often on the losing end. The key isn't to battle harder, but to work smarter. Making some minor changes to your landscape can help you overcome the weeds once and fore all, or at least bring the issue to a more manageable level. #1: Start with a clean slate It's much easier to remain weed-free than it is to fight the weeds.
27 September 2017
If you've decided to enhance your home's curb appeal by adding landscaping features, you may be overwhelmed with how to proceed. Some people have a natural flair for design, but many people do not. The same is true for having a green thumb. If you don't know how to keep plants alive and you aren't that confident about planning a good design for your yard, then you should call a landscape designer for help.
27 September 2017