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Finding commercial landscaping if you have business property is not always that difficult a task if you find a commercial landscaping company that has a proven record by showing existing customers who are satisfied with their performance and give allow their names to be used by the professional landscaper as reference. You need to trust the landscaper who will have access to your property probably when you are not at your business property.
Published by Nora K Anthony 61 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most homeowners feel that they can watch a few home improvement or gardening shows and they can tackle their backyard landscaping problems with ease. The major problem with this strategy is that the good ideas shown on television as misapplied or not carried out to completion. You can drastically improve your landscaping success rate by avoiding some of the most common mistakes.
Published by Daniel Snyder 62 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Craving privacy? Have you finally had it with your neighbors or decided that city life does not offer you the privacy you so desire? Or is it that you have simply run out of ideas of how to get the privacy you want cost effectively? If you fall under any or all of these categories,this article very well may be just what you need! Gardening guru,Tanya Wallace provides a list of plants that can be used for the instant privacy that is so required these days from fast growing trees, vines and perenn...
Published by Tanya Wallace 63 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Attempting to improve a home from the basics of the land is a finer point than first thought.The idea of planning the driveway as an entrance is considered as a good first step. The planning of landscaping thee front area, highlighting the driveway adorned on sides with pebbles with an array of pot plants to create good look. Planning the block of land so as to bring colour with flowerbeds and the need for vegetable areas can make it look attractive. The front elevation to your home can be highl...
Published by Peter Curtis 64 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Building a retaining wall yourself can save you a significant amount of money in labor, as well as give you some pride, knowing that you built it with your own hands. Retaining walls used to be much more difficult to build, often requiring mortar to hold the bricks together. It added much more labor, difficulty to make repairs and it made a mess. Fortunately, retaining walls can now be built without mortar through the use of interlocking stone blocks.
Published by Matthew Johnson 65 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
You should take care of your lawn mower like you do a vehicle. Make sure you clean it regularly, check under the deck for grass that becomes built up over time. Grass can build up around mower blades, causing improperly cut grass. Also make sure you keep enough oil in the engine and air in the tires. Sometimes, like any other gasoline engine, riding mowers do break down. Thankfully, they are pretty easy to fix yourself using the following troubleshooting tips.
Published by Debbie Bastien 67 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Nothing adds charm and beauty to a house, and property value as well, as a well manicured landscape. A well-kept landscape or yard, is a valuable, yet inexpensive way to improve one's home value; both to potential buyers or to permanent home owners. Easy, cost-effective and not time consuming at all, with just a few simple DIY tips, one's home can truly become a castle.
Published by Beverly Anne Sanchez 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
While you may think that yard work is killing you, there are ten ways that your lawn can actually kill you. Thick green lawns can the perfect habitat for deadly fungi, stinging insects, poisonous reptiles and hazardous cancerous chemicals. Every year thousands of are injured or killed by injuries from taking care of their lawns, insect and snake bites, and even chronic illnesses like Lyme disease and cancer. This article will illustrate the potential dangers of doing and not doing lawn work.
Published by Daniel Snyder 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Ash from fires has been used for millennia to improve soil. It can be beneficial to compost, plant beds and lawns if used smartly and in the right measure. Ash contains elements, particularly carbon, that are essential to plant life, and also acts as a pest repellent. The idea to keep in mind, as always with soil treatment, is not to overdo it. A fine layer of ash in plant beds will repel pests and add carbon to the soil, and adding ash to the correct mixture of compost balances the PH, fosterin...
Published by A. Cardott 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Beginning gardeners and landscapers on a budget can make harmony in the garden by mixing decorative, drought-proof plants with vegetables. Smelly plants like sages, lavenders, rosemaries, mints, fennel and anise are drought-resistant, edible and traditionally medicinal. They're great for gardens because pollen-transporting bees love their flowers and plant-destroying, disease-carrying bugs hate their smell.
Published by A. Cardott 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Water features like ponds are popular DIY weekend projects particularly in the spring time. While installing a pond is a DIY friendly project it is important to consider several factors before digging the hole for the pond. Common mistakes include picking the wrong location, choosing the wrong pump, and adding too many fish or plants.
Published by Andrea Turman 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Winter is over and spring is in the air. Your lawn looks brown and dry and you think you should have something done. Power raking is what too many people do and that is usually the wrong thing to do to your lawn. Learn about the best way to rake your lawn.
Published by Sam Montana 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
A small pond can make a back yard literally come alive. Not only will it create a place of rest and comfort, it will attract birds and sometimes other small animals. A natural looking pond isn't hard to build. Dig a hole. Put in a pond liner and water pump. Enjoy. ========
Published by Pat Veretto 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
The best times to treat those bald spots in your lawn is either mid-spring or mid-fall. The time is now and the treatment is easy but it does take patience, dedication, and attention to detail. We are talking about those bare spots in that vast, velvety mat that you call your lawn, not those bare spots on your head where your scalp shows through. Forget that magical Rogaine treatment, to treat these bare spots will take you three weeks of work. The prep work is hard but quick. After the prep w...
Published by Jerry Walch 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
You might think that any tree that grows in your yard is a good tree, but many experts and homeowners would disagree. While just about every tree has some redeeming quality, there are quite a few trees that have too many problems associated with their growth to make them a valuable addition to your landscape. Issues can range from disease, size, fruit, pests, appearance, odor, and life span.
Published by Daniel Snyder 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
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