How To Protect Your Lawn And Garden From Hungry Visitors

The time and money you put into creating your landscape design can be for naught if you do take steps to protect it from visiting wildlife. In most areas, deer and rabbits are likely visitors, especially during the spring and summer months when most vegetation is at its growing peak. Follow these tips for humanely protecting your lawn and garden from nibbling critters like deer and rabbits. Do Your Homework Read More 

Ideas For Adding French Style To Your Landscaping

If you've ever been to the gardens at Versailles, or seen images of them, you know what grandeur French gardens can display. Naturally those palace gardens are over-the-top. However, elements of the French garden are relatively easy to incorporate into your landscaping. If you have a house you want to showcase, utilize French gardening design to complement your home. Make the House the Focal Point The purpose of the gardens in France, regardless of their own grandeur, is to highlight the residence. Read More 

How To Landscape Around Trees

The area around the base of a tree is a difficult place for grass to grow, leaving many of these spaces looking a little barren. Thankfully, you have a few options to make the space around your trees an inviting part of your lawn. With a few ideas and a willingness to get dirty, you'll be able to tackle this project and turn a potential eyesore into the focal point of your lawn. Read More 

3 Mistakes You Are Making That Are Killing Your Lawn

Getting a perfectly green lawn may feel like a mystery to some people. Although they care for their lawn, they can't seem to get the results that they want. They are probably making a couple mistakes. Here are some things to avoid so you can get the best-looking lawn possible. 1. Lightly Watering The Lawn While watering your lawn, you may think it is better to just lightly water it each day; however, that could be the reason it is not healthy. Read More 

Three Tips To Help You Know It’s Time For Tree Removal

Over time, trees can become weak. Your old tree may still be healthy with a little care, but it may also need to be removed. Some signs that you need to have a tree removed are rot in the trunk, disease and insect infestation. If you have a old tree that you are not sure about, here are some signs that it may be time to cut it down: 1. Extensive Damage And Rotting In Trunk Read More