Find Ways To Utilize Eco-Friendly Features When You're Landscaping
7 December 2020
When you're beginning to work on the landscaping for your yard, it makes sense to see what features are going to help it feel energy-efficient and good for the environment. Instead of struggling to care for your landscaping with a lot of watering, fertilizing, and other gardening work, taking the right steps can help your yard look great and be as eco-friendly as possible.
Manage the Water Usage
The first place to start when you're interested in landscaping in an eco-friendly way is to manage how much water your yard will need.
2 Tips For Mowing Your Lawn Before The Winter Months
30 November 2020
When the temperatures start dropping and the threat of frost is imminent, you may have started preparations for getting the exterior of your home ready for the upcoming cold weather. As part of these preparations, you know that you will need to mow your grass one last time.
However, you may worry about doing it in a way that will help ensure that your lawn will come back healthy and green once winter is over.
4 Reasons To Have Your Crabapple Trees Trimmed
15 October 2020
Crabapple trees can add all sorts of beauty to your property. In the spring, they are covered in pink or white blossoms, and in the fall, they develop pretty red fruits. In exchange for their beauty, though, crabapple trees do ask something of you. They ask you to have them pruned once a year. Here are four reasons why this annual trimming is so important.
1. Trimming keeps branches from snapping and breaking in the wind.
How To Patch Lawn Damage With Sod
26 August 2020
Damage to the lawn can ruin the perfect look of your landscaping. Although you could seed the area and wait patiently for the grass to recover, a quicker option is to install a sod patch. Doing so correctly provides an instant fix that you can begin to enjoy immediately.
Remove Old Turf
The first step is to prepare the site for the successful rooting of the new sod. Remove the old damaged turf, along with any weeds.