Making Landscaping Lovely

Spring Sprinkler Repairs To Prepare For Green Landscaping This Summer

If you want to have a greener lawn this summer, it is important that your landscaping has the water it needs. You might need to have your sprinkler system repaired. Often, there are problems with sprinkler systems due to the winter weather and the system not being properly maintained. The following sprinkler maintenance and repair tips will help you prepare to have greener landscaping this summer: Connecting and Testing Backflow Prevention Devices   Read More...

Choosing The Right Lawn Mower

Most people generally prefer to have a well-manicured lawn that raises the appeal of a home. However, getting there requires you to put in some work to make sure your compound looks neat and appealing. To do this, you would require to use a lawn mower that is of high quality. Currently, there are numerous lawn mower sales options out there, making it even more challenging to decide on what kind of mower suits your needs best.   Read More...

Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Visit Your Local Garden Center

If you are looking for the perfect remedy for the winter blues, look no further than your local garden center. While the spring planting season may be a few months away, the winter season is the perfect time to plan your dream garden that will bring you joy from spring through fall. Getting a plan in place and visiting your local garden center will not only cheer you up on dreary days, but it will also get your spring garden off to the great start.   Read More...

Other Than Walls, Here Are Some Ways To Use Masonry In Your Yard

When you think of masonry, you probably picture a brick or stone wall. And indeed, for years, masonry was primarily used to make walls. However, it is now far more than a structural element. It can be used to build creations that are both strong and beautiful. If you'd like to add some masonry to your yard or landscape, but you don't need a wall, here are a few options to explore.   Read More...

Tips For Trimming A Tree With The Goal Of Crown Raising

Do you have a tree in your yard that you wish you could stand under? If the tree is substantial in size, you should be able to trim it in a way that raises its crown — or in other words, creates more space beneath it. This is not terribly difficult if you have sharp shears and you feel comfortable on a ladder. However, you will want to follow the tips below for the best results.   Read More...