2021

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.

3 Strategies You Can Use If You Want a Functional Landscape Design

9 April 2021
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A beautiful landscape is what everyone wants to have, but it's not always easy to create it. As a homeowner, it's good to know that a stunning landscape begins with a great design. And since it's sometimes tricky to come up with the right landscape design yourself, it's crucial to involve a landscape designer in the process.  A great landscape design should be budget-friendly, easy to manage, and sustainable. Actually, the landscape design you choose will determine how inviting your outdoor spaces will be. Read More …

Landscaping Elements To Help Improve Soil Stability In Your Yard And Garden

15 January 2021
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Erosion is a problem that exists not only in the commercial industry, with soil loss around construction areas and farmlands, but it is also a problem for you as a homeowner. Your property can become damaged severely from the effects of wind and rainfall that move soil from its position, leaving you with poor air quality and problems with soil slope and drainage issues. Here are some elements to add to your garden and yard landscaping to increase your soil stabilization and prevent erosion to the ground and its surrounding surfaces. 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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