3 Insects That Can Damage The Western Hemlock Tree

The western hemlock tree is a beautiful evergreen conifer that offers a slightly different look to the traditional, more popular conifers. The hemlock still has the dark green needles associated with conifers, and the brownish cones, but the undersides of the needles have a distinct white hue that can make the hemlock a beautiful shade tree for your yard. Keep your hemlock free of pests by monitoring for signs of an insect infestation. Read More 

How To Keep Your Sprinkler Heads From Getting Destroyed

Once you have made the investment to have a sprinkler system in your yard, you will need to take some precautions regarding the sprinkler heads. They can break easily, either from too much pressure upon them, or from brute force when they are up and sprinkling water. While a sprinkler head will break every once in awhile, you can take some steps to avoid needing this repair on your system on a regular basis. Read More 

3 Solutions For Better Landscape Water Management That You Can Do At Your Home

Landscape water management is a problem in many communities, but there are solutions. Some of these solutions can begin right on your own property. Here is a brief explanation of the problem and three solutions that you can use to set an example for sound water management in your neighborhood. The Problem Besides the visual insult of gallons of water pouring down a storm drain, there are immediately damaging effects to natural water systems in your area. Read More 

The Advantages of Rubber Pavers

Rubber pavers are an alternative outdoor hardscaping material that can be used in place of more traditional concrete and asphalt in order to create patios, walkways, and even driveways. Because of their unique material qualities, rubber pavers carry a distinctive set of advantages with them. Understanding what rubber pavers have to offer can help you decide if they are the right choice for your outdoor hardscaping needs. Low Maintenance Unlike stone and concrete, rubber pavers do not need to be sealed to ensure that they remain in good shape over time. Read More 

Two Sneaky Reasons Your Home’s Landscaping Is Dehydrating Faster Than It Should

You spend a lot of time and money creating a landscape that is green, pristine, and healthy, but if you don't have an adequate amount of moisture content in the soil surrounding your home, all your efforts will just be moot. While your first inclination as a homeowner who has dehydrated landscape will be just to contact the nearest residential irrigation expert you can find, it is always a good idea to understand why your landscape is dehydrating at an alarming rate. Read More