Using hardscape concepts is a great way to beautify your outdoor living areas and lessen your landscape maintenance. This type of landscaping can add a new dimension to the look of your home, but you always have to weigh your expectations against what you can actually achieve. There are factors that have to be considered … Read more
A beautiful lawn improves your home’s curb appeal and your quality of life. Landscaping that includes your favorite flowers and trees will lift your spirits. It personalizes your yard, and by extension, your home, to your personality and unique tastes. The challenge, however, is to include both those plants that bring you joy and that … Read more
With the summer months quickly approaching, we are all eager to tend to our landscaping before the pool parties and barbeques (hopefully) begin again. We put together some tips that will help you get your outdoor area in the best shape to enjoy the warm weather. Have Your Sprinkler System Checked It is always best … Read more
Editor’s note This blog was originally published on April 9, 2015 and has been updated to include new information and additional images. Design trends show that more homeowners want functional outdoor space to unwind and entertain. This desire has significantly increased the popularity of outdoor kitchen designs and installations. A well-designed outdoor kitchen can increase … Read more
Pruning in winter will help your landscape flourish and stand apart come spring. Knowing when to prune and how much takes forethought and experience to get the job done properly. Pruning is often considered to be one of the most difficult gardening practices and surprisingly, winter is a great time to provide maintenance services to … Read more
Having a lush, green yard without any weeds is what every homeowner strives for. Keeping up that beautiful lawn takes a lot of work. If you’re not careful, one tiny clump of crabgrass can effectively take over and damage your entire yard. It’s crucial to inspect on a regular basis to determine if weeds are damaging your lawn.