Three Ways You Can Make The Best Of Hillside Landscaping

If you have a home that is on a hillside, landscaping around your home can be difficult. If you want to add things like patios, gardens or even a pool, you may be limited to the possibilities of the terrain. There are some things that you can do to get more out of your outdoor space by doing things like installing drainage systems and using retaining walls. If you have a home on difficult terrain, here are some things you can do to get the most out of your landscaping design. Read More 

Putting Destroyed Trees To Better Use

When storm winds bellow and heavy rains pound the trees in your yard, catastrophe can strike in the form of falling trees and cracking limbs. You need to get rid of the damaged limbs and falling trees, but it often seems like a waste to let newly-felled lumber go to a pile to rot away or be shoved off to the next second-hand buyer. Instead of just hauling off old wood, consider a few ways to put the timber to personal use. Read More 

Plant A Spring Blooming Garden

Come spring, you're ready for some blossoming plant life. Winter is usually cold and gray, and everyone's ready for some color after a long winter. However, not all plants show their best light in spring. Have a landscaping service spruce up your yard with flowers, shrubs and trees that show blossom in springtime. Spring Mini-Garden A mini-garden is a good way to create a focal point in your backyard without having to groom the whole area. Read More 

Lining Your Driveway With Lighted Decorative Vases

If you're considering lining your driveway to add a little flair, you'll have many choices. You can choose anything from solar lights to flowers. However, if you want something different, you can add plastic decorated vases along the drive to provide a unique look. In fact, if you add lights behind them, the set up provides a nighttime ambiance that's truly different. To create the look, follow the steps below. Read More 

How To Kill Weeds Without Hurting The Environment

If you deal with unsightly weeds, you know they can be really difficult to eradicate. The traditional way of removing weeds involves spraying or sprinkling harmful chemicals into the ground, on your lawn, and into your garden or flower beds. There are some all natural ways to create your own herbicides that are not only just as effective, but are also less harsh on the water supply, soil, and surrounding animals. Read More