You’ve spent the spring and summer making your landscape look great! Just because the colder weather is here doesn’t mean your work is done. In fact, now is the time to transition your landscape from summer to fall.
Love your gardens but hate weeds? Learn about some tried and true weed control activities that will help you keep your gardens looking neat and maintained.
Most homeowners want a beautiful green healthy lawn framing their home. Having the best lawn in the neighborhood ensures that all of your neighbors will envy your landscaping skills. If you want the greenest, healthiest lawn in your neighborhood, look no further than these six do’s and don’ts.
Just as many people neglect the last gardening task of the year before the snow falls, many homeowners forget to get their lawns ready for winter. Most have already put the lawnmower away to make room for the snowblower! But preparing your lawn for winter is an important task.
You either spent time or money this past spring and summer caring for the plants in your garden and making the beds look good. But many people neglect the last gardening task of the year before the snow falls: preparing perennials for winter.
Did you know leaving your landscape alone during the winter months is healthy for plants? If you follow this advice, then it’s important to perform a spring clean-up. Here is a spring landscape cleanup checklist to help you decide what projects you should take on this spring to ensure an attractive and healthy landscape.
If you take a ride through a residential neighborhood, you’re bound to see gardens. Some will have rock mulch and some will have bark mulch. It begs the question, which is better? While both alternatives are functional and visually pleasing, the best option comes down to what works best for you and the soil.
In the landscape world, it’s a question asked a lot. Which method is better for starting a new lawn: hydroseed or sod? The best way to answer is by acknowledging each method has its pros and cons. Depending on your personal situation, one option may be better for you. Read on to learn more.
Pruning is a horticultural and silvicultural practice involving the selective removal of certain parts of a plant, such as branches, buds or roots. Many experts agree winter is a good time to prune. So, sharpen your shears and prune on a mild day. Cut out dead and diseased branches first. Then remove overgrown branches. Make sure to keep all the branches critical to the structure of the tree.
Americans are busier than ever. Children’s activities take up much of the weekend. Demanding jobs, plus long commutes, make weekday landscaping difficult. So, let’s face it, there’s never enough time for a high maintenance yard. If you you’re looking for low maintenance landscaping ideas for your front yard to free up your time for more fun, read on.