Have A Large Lawn? Use A Lawn Edger When You Finish Mowing

Posted on: 9 December 2021

If you have a large lawn that you must mow you likely have a lot of grass at the edge when you finish. You may have grass near gravel, around a mailbox, or around sand. It can be difficult for a lawnmower to cut this grass. Leaving the grass there can make your yard look unkempt. To take care of this problem you should use a lawn edger. Below are different types of lawn edgers you can choose from.
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3 Benefits Of Opting For Customized Landscaping Design

Posted on: 23 November 2021

Incorporating nature's beauty in your home's exterior design is an excellent way of making your residential property stand out. Greens are gorgeous, and dedicating a portion of your residential property to landscaping not only preserves the environment but also allows you to customize your sanctuary. Be sure to engage a professional landscaper for a unique landscape design that makes your home a natural haven.  Cultivating a natural environment for your family ensures you make use of your outdoor spaces for bonding sessions and family activities that are best enjoyed in nature.
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How To Care For Your Lawn Through Fall

Posted on: 25 October 2021

Caring for a lawn in the summer is pretty simple. You keep it watered, and you mow it once a week or so. When fall comes around, though, lawns get a little more demanding. Fall weather doesn't suit grass quite as well, and additional encumbrances like fallen leaves also start appearing. So, how do you care for a lawn in the fall? Here are some key guidelines. Rake more often
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5 Ways To Reclaim The Space Taken Up By Backyard Slopes

Posted on: 7 October 2021

Does your yard have an awkward slope taking up valuable backyard real estate? While some homeowners can level that slope, many are stuck with it for various reasons. If this includes you, here are a few ways to reclaim that space as a useful part of your yard.  1. Create a Terrace Terracing involves cutting levels into the slope and adding retaining walls to keep everything nicely in place. From the top of the retaining wall back is a newly-level spot.
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