Tired Of Mowing? 3 Types Of Artificial Turf And Tips On Maintaining The Turf You Choose

If you are tired of mowing your yard, you should consider installing artificial turf. This will save you a lot of time, and the turf looks like perfectly maintained grass. Below are three types of artificial turf you will find, as well as tips on maintaining the turf that you choose to install for your yard. Types of Artificial Turf When you start shopping you will find there are different types of artificial turf grass available. Read More 

Five Tips For Nicer Garden Beds

Do you enviously look at your neighbors' perfect garden beds and wish that your own looked as nice? Here's the good news: they can! Maintaining great garden beds does not require a ton of work, but it does require consistency. Here are five tips for nicer garden beds. 1. Choose the right mulch. Not all mulch is created equal. You can find mulch that is mostly ground-up wood fibers, and other mulch that consists of larger chunks of wood. Read More 

Curb Appeal: Make Your Home Look Great By Concentrating On The Surroundings

When you want to improve the look on your home, there are a number of ways to boost your curb appeal. When you are working on a budget, you can start small and work your way up into bigger projects. Any way you can clean up the outside of your home, neaten up your landscaping, and add a bit of flair to your yard is going to make your home more visually appealing. Read More 

A Brief Guide To Retaining Wall Materials

Retaining walls perform an important function in your landscape, whether they are necessary due to the lay of your land or purely there to help add terraces or other dimensions to an otherwise flat landscape. Just because they are utilitarian doesn't mean that their design doesn't matter. The following guide can help you make a choice on the best retaining wall materials for you landscape. Concrete block Concrete block works well in nearly any type of retaining wall because it is durable. Read More 

Want To Have Color In Your Yard This Fall? A Tree And Flowers You Should Consider

Just because it is fall does not mean you cannot have color in your yard. There are trees you can plant that have colorful bark, as well as flowers that flourish in the cool fall weather. Below is information about one tree, as well as some flowers so you can decide what you would like best for your yard. A Tree with Colorful Bark The rainbow eucalyptus tree looks like a living rainbow with its beautiful, colorful bark. Read More