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Inspect Your Irrigation System

Many people forget to check their yard and landscape bed sprinkler systems regularly. After all the hard work put into designing, planting and tending a spring landscaping project, a properly functioning irrigation system is the final step to keep your yard in the condition you desire. Irrigation technicians install sprinkler systems specifically for your yard’s…
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Add Mulch

Mulch is a fantastic addition to any landscaped area. From surrounding the base of a patio to preventing problematic areas of weed growth, it should be a welcome part of your spring project. Its range of colors and chip types also makes mulch a simple way to freshen up a landscaping look. What’s more, it offers…
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Prepare Your Mower

Spring landscaping doesn’t stop when the lawn, trees and landscape beds look nice — it means prepping and maintaining the equipment that cares for those plants too. Lawnmower maintenance is critical for the health and vitality of your grass. Overgrown lawns lead to all sorts of issues, from increased vulnerability to weeds, pests and diseases to…
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Fertilize Your Lawn

The next item on the spring landscaping maintenance list gives your lawn a little lovin’. Winter’s rain and snow saturation, combined with the compositional changes of constantly frozen ground, means your spring lawn would be remiss without fresh fertilizer. Businesses providing professional lawn fertilization are the best option for serious spring landscapers. An avid “DIY-ER”…
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Inspect and Spruce Up Trees and Shrubs

Great spring landscaping starts with a staple of most yard types: trees and shrubs Often overlooked, trees and shrubs can draw the eye to particular spots on your lawn, enhance hard and soft landscaping features and provide a complete, finished feel to any outdoor space. They’re also as much about form as function. Tall shrubs…
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Industrial Structure & Warehouse Tips

INCLUDE TREES, PLEASE Trees include a much-needed vertical element to long, horizontal factories, storage facilities and warehouses. These structures are usually lit up at night, so trees with structural branches cast fascinating shadows versus plain walls. Industrial structure landscape with trees: Red Twig Dogwood. Big shrubs like viburnum work well, too. These structures are frequently…
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5 Easy Steps For Designing Your Dream Landscape!

Here are 5 easy steps you can take to design your landscape with skill and enduring appeal. Among the most typical things we hear when talking to clients is; I can’t visualize it. 2D plans just aren’t good enough. The cost for completely hand-rendered architectural strategies has long been out of grab for the majority…
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What to do in your garden in February cont’d!

Here are some additional tips from the article last week. Cacti have once again become a popular choice for a houseplant, are easy to look after and require little attention. Winter is their dormant period, so they require little watering and no feeding. Other houseplants should be given little water during the next couple of…
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What to do in your garden in February!

The garden seems to slowly start coming to life again, after a few months of dormancy. Towards the end of February, temperatures slowly rise,light levels increase and the dawn chorus increases in volume. Buds on the early spring blossom begin to open and the flowering bulbs begin to push through the soil. Spring is definitely…
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Ways to Use your Fire Pit in Winter

Winter can feel boring at times since there’s not a lot to do outside. Playing in the snow is nice for a while, but before long, it’s just a nuisance on your yard. But there is one hardscape feature you can add to your home to bring more enjoyment in the cold winter months: a…
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