Eliminate Poison Ivy And Grow A Healthy, Lush Lawn

If poison ivy plants are taking over your yard, learn how to safely eliminate them with the following steps. Once the poisonous plants have been removed, clear the land where they once were and plant grass seed. Soon, you will have a healthy, lush lawn that you can enjoy spending time on. Materials dust mask disposable gloves long sleeved pants and shirt boots garden scissors trash bags weed killer garden spade heavy duty detergent scrub brush rubbing alcohol bucket of warm, soapy water lint free cloth rake wheelbarrow grass seed grass seed spreader water hose Locate The Poison Ivy And Wear Protective Clothing Read More 

Black-Eyed Susan Taking Over Your Business Landscaping? How To Get Rid Of This Flower

When planning the landscape architecture for your business, there are some flowers you should know that will take over your garden before you plant them. If you still want them, you will have to give them enough room. Below is one type of flower you may have this problem with. Black-eyed Susans Black-eyed Susans are beautiful plants that bloom in shades of yellow and orange with a brown center. When you plant them in the spring, they will start growing in the early summer. Read More 

Want To Relax And See Beauty In Your Backyard? Install A Masonry Fountain Along With Some Flowers

A masonry water fountain surrounded by flowers would be a great addition to your current landscaping whether in the front or backyard. You'll want to hire a mason who can show you many different types of water fountains. They can likely build you a unique water fountain, if you prefer. You can install a large fountain, or one that is smaller if you have a small yard. Masonry Fountain To make your flower garden area peaceful, build a fountain close to the garden. Read More 

Turn Your Yard’s Ugly Tree Stump Into A Decorative Gnome Home

If your home's yard has an old tree stump that you haven't gotten around to removing, then you should turn it into a decorative gnome home. Make a door and window for the bottom of the stump, and turn the top of the stump into its roof. Set a gnome next to the stump, and you have a new decorative item in your yard instead of an old stump. Gnome homes are made using inexpensive craft sticks, epoxy adhesive, and a wide variety of other items that you already have laying around in your home and garage. Read More 

Landscaping Tips And Themes To Make Your Trailer Stand Out In The Park

If you fear that your trailer gets lost among the many in a park or subdivision, try adding something to the landscaping that will make it stand out. Even if you don't have a green thumb, there are some clever ideas that can give your property distinction and flair with little effort. Some unconventional landscaping ideas that work well in a trailer park include: Flamingos, anyone? The creator of the lawn flamingo recently died, and these unique ornaments continue to inhabit the lawns and gardens of many homeowners widely. Read More