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Creating An Inviting Yard

I have always been one of those people who loves to create a warm, inviting atmosphere for others, which is why I started looking at landscaping design in the first place. It was incredible to me to see how much of a difference I was able to make by adding a few new plants, and after that first project, I wanted to help other people. I started volunteering to help friends and neighbors do their landscaping, and after a few months, I had developed quite a following. This blog is all about creating a warm, inviting yard through smart landscaping and an eye for detail.

Creating An Inviting Yard

    Keep Your Garden Healthy Before And After Planting

    Planting a vegetable garden in your landscape can be one of the most exciting times for you as a homeowner. But unless you have a solid plan on how to plant and maintain your garden, your landscaping project might not be as exciting as you want it to be. Some of the issues you potentially face are not using the proper soil and nutrients before you plant your seeds or not keeping your garden healthy after your vegetables grow.

    How You Can Conserve Water When Using A Sprinkler System

    Many people view sprinkler systems as wasteful, especially in areas that have periods of drought. However, when installed thoughtfully and used well, sprinkler systems can conserve plenty of water while still providing the needed moisture for plants. Here is what you need to know about making your sprinkler system efficient in its water use. Install a rain sensor How many times have you been outside during the rain, only to see people's sprinklers still on, redundantly watering shrubs, grass, and flowers?

    Sick of Ugly, Brown Patches of Grass and Weeds in Your Yard? Improve Your Lawn's Appearance with Hydroseeding

    The condition of your lawn not only impacts the overall aesthetics of your home, it can also affect the property value. In addition, if you plan on selling your house at some point, you want to make sure that the lawn looks good to potential buyers. However, if you are struggling to maintain a lawn riddled with severe problems such as rampant weeds and large brown patches of dead grass, it may be time to start all over and re-seed your lawn.