hardscaping areas that won't grow grass easily

Do you live an area that makes it hard to grow grass? Find out how to use nothing more than hardscape materials to finish your property.

Top Benefits Of Installing A Sprinkler System In Your Yard

18 September 2015
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If your yard does not currently have a sprinkler system, you might want to think about having one installed. To help you decide whether it is truly something you want for your own yard, you might want to take a few moments to review the following benefits. Keeps The Grass Healthy Do you have the time to make sure that your grass is sufficiently watered everyday? Are you able to keep track of how much water you are manually spraying on the yard so that you are not drowning the grass? Read More …

How River Rocks Can Work In Your Landscape Design

18 September 2015
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Creating natural landscape design can be challenging when you are working with hills or rolling grounds. You may have been advised to put up fencing or other decorative additions that take away from the all-natural look you are trying to achieve.  If you are wondering how you can fix the problems areas in your landscape without stepping out of the bounds of nature, check out these tips using flat river rocks. Read More …

How To Order Cedar Siding That Fits Your Vision

18 September 2015
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If you are in the process of upgrading the siding on your home, you may already have a vision of the type of cedar siding that you would like to use. In order to purchase the right type of cedar siding from your local lumber company, you need to know the proper terminology to describe what you are looking for. Here is a quick guide to cedar siding terminology that will help you communicate and explain exactly what you want. Read More …

Remove Mold And Mildew From Vinyl Siding On Your Garage

17 September 2015
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If mold and mildew have formed on your garage's vinyl siding, dark stains will appear, and you may notice an unpleasant odor when you approach the garage. If left untreated, the mold and mildew can cause respiratory problems, allergic reactions, and irritation to your eyes, nose, and throat. Learn how to remove mold and mildew with the following steps. Once you have finished, the siding will be spotless and you can easily keep it maintained in the future. Read More …

Beating Your HOA At Their Own Game With Edible Ornamentals

17 September 2015
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Home Owners Associations exist to keep properties from deteriorating, with some imposing stringent rules on landscaping. Most HOAs forbid conventional vegetable gardens, so what is a homeowner who wants to supplement their budget by growing their own food to do? The trick to growing food in a deed-restricted community is to choose something that doesn't look like food.   Ornamental Fruiting Trees Most HOAs do allow at least one fruit tree, but if yours doesn't, there are ways around it. Read More …

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hardscaping areas that won't grow grass easily

I live in an area that is very difficult to grow grass. If I was to water my lawn a couple of times each day, the grass may grow, but that would cost me a small fortune in water bills and waste a lot of water that could be used for more efficient purposes. Instead of fighting the grass to grow, I decided to embrace the dryness of the area and complete the landscape design using mostly hardscape materials. I used rocks of all sizes coupled with wood to create a yard that I love to spend time in and am very proud of. Find out how to use nothing more than hardscape materials to finish your property.

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