A well-designed and maintained landscape can last for years, but even if you love your landscape design, time can take a toll. According to Richie Everage, design consultant with Landscape Management, landscapes can fail for a variety of reasons. Insects, disease and environmental extremes such as floods, droughts, heat or freezes can destroy a landscape. […]
There’s nothing more appealing when you drive up to a home than a well-landscaped yard. It’s beauty can be deceptive, leading you to think this is a simple process – just buy some plants, a few bags of mulch, a good mower and some yard tools and you’re all set. If only it were that
Winter is the season you spend the least amount of time thinking of your lawn. There’s a good chance you’ve put away your mower and other yard equipment and are ready for a few months of worry-free relaxation before you have to start the lawn maintenance routine again.
It doesn’t have to be a dream – it’s easier than you think to make a putting green part of your home’s landscape.
When making home improvements, a home’s interior and exterior of your home often gets the most focus, but don’t forget the potential living space in your yard. Here are some suggestions for making your yard a seamless extension of your home.
A fence can be both functional and beautiful on its own but adding the right landscaping can bring a new level of visual appeal to this hardscape feature of any property. Whether it’s to soften typically straight edges of a chain link of privacy fence or tie ornamental metal design elements to other parts of a home’s architecture, landscaping offers the best solution.
Many people work diligently during the spring and summer to ensure that their yard and everything in it is lushly landscaped, perfectly mowed, trimmed and weed-free. Then, when the first cold front arrives, the mower and gardening tools are packed away until spring returns.
There’s nothing more appealing when you drive up to a home than a well-landscaped yard. It’s beauty can be deceptive, leading you to think this is a simple process – just buy some plants, a few bags of mulch, a good mower and some yard tools and you’re all set.
There are a number of great ways to enhance the beauty of your home with landscaping, but there are few projects that can bring the same kind of life and natural elegance to your landscape as a high-quality, professionally installed water feature.