Three Ways to Create a Cat-Resistant Landscape

21 October 2016
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If you have a garden or raise plants in containers, then you may have experienced the frustration of having a house cat disturb your efforts. Plants are not part of a cat's normal diet, but cats will occasionally be attracted to certain plants and chew on, if not consume, the stems, leaves, or flowers. The good news is that you can reduce or eliminate the destruction of your plants by keeping a few ideas in mind when planning and planting. Read More 

3 Landscaping Tips To Conserve Water While Still Keeping Up With The Jones’

5 October 2016
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Home ownership can be challenging. Not only do you need to finish, decorate, and maintain your home's interior, but you should also place time and energy into the exterior. Considering landscaping is an important part of your home's curb appeal and value, ensuring it is maintained is smart for protecting your investment. In addition, maintaining your landscaping will also make sure your home is as appealing as your neighbors'. Unfortunately, your landscape will require a large amount of water to keep it attractive and healthy. Read More 

4 Investments To Make When Installing A New Lawn

3 October 2016
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Installing a new lawn requires a significant investment in either grass seed or sod, as well as in a grass-specific fertilizer that promotes healthy growth. If you're undertaking a new lawn installation project, grass and fertilizer aren't the only things you'll need to invest in. Here are some other investments you'll need to make to ensure that your new lawn is both healthy and looks nice. Get a Soil Test Read More 

Understanding The Five Main Choices You Have When Selecting Pavers

30 March 2016
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Once you decide to add hardscaping to your yard to create a finished appearance, you may find yourself overwhelmed with choices. Not only will you have to decide where you want hardscape elements, but you will also have to decide how you want to implement each feature. For example, for a walkway you will need to decide between poured concrete and pavers, which are solid pieces of stone, brick, or concrete that are laid like tile. Read More