5 Tips For Designing Maintainable Landscaping

Do you ever look at neighbors yards with a bit of envy, longing to have the well-designed and welcoming outdoor space they enjoy? The good news is that anyone can have a well designed yard. The key is implementing a design that fits your budget and falls within the amount effort you are able to expend on general maintenance and upkeep.  1. Start With the Bones Any attractive landscape begins with a strong underlying structure -- the " Read More 

Starting A New Landscape? Use Landscape Rock To Make It Look Even Better

If you are starting new landscaping for your home, this can be a big job as there are many choices to make. One thing you should consider using is landscape rocks. There are many ways you can add these to your landscaping, three of which are listed below.  Use Rocks for A Patio If you are planning to install a new patio for your home, you have many flooring options. One thing you can do is use landscape rocks. Read More 

Start Planning Your Spring Lawn Care: How To Avoid Mistakes When Mowing Your Lawn

Your lawn might be in a winter slumber right now, but spring will be here before you know it. Once it arrives, your lawn will leave the dormant stage, which means you'll need to be ready to begin the maintenance again. As soon as the weather starts to warm up, you'll want to resume your normal watering schedule for your lawn. You'll also want to provide the initial application of lawn fertilizer. Read More 

Common Lawn Care Mistakes People Often Make

Poor lawn maintenance practices can lead to significant landscaping problems for your property. Considering that the lawn is one of the most noticeable parts of your property, it is important to make sure that you are avoiding the types of mistakes that people often make that can significantly compromise their lawns. Cutting The Grass Too Short Cutting the grass too short is a mistake that many people will make. Often, this may be done in an attempt to reduce the frequency that the homeowner will need to cut the lawn. Read More 

5 Reasons To Hire A Landscape Architect

A landscape architect is much more than just a designer. They are trained to do a complete site analysis, plan and oversee construction of new landscape features, and implement integrated plans to create the landscaping of your dreams. 1. Energy Efficient Planning Good landscape design does more than look nice; it should improve the quality of life both inside and outside of the home. One way to do this is by developing a landscape design that makes the home more energy-efficient. Read More