How do you know which landscaping chores to do yourself and which to hire out? Look at your level of interest, available time, physical ability, and budget. Compare the cost of new equipment with the cost of lawn care services. Assess the information to decide who will do what tasks.
As you fight to prevent weeds from taking over your lawn and garden, remember that weeds are not creating a void; they are filling one. The insights in this blog will help you reduce the weak spots in your landscaping and get control over weeds.
An attractive landscape design boosts commercial property values and affects people’s decisions to buy or rent. Improving your greenery is an investment in the property and in your company’s bottom line! Consider these tips as you plan landscaping for your commercial spaces.
We all want green lawns, healthy trees, and thriving shrubs. However, fertilizer runoff is creating larger problems than most of us are aware of. How can homeowners add nutrients to their lawns and plants without causing harm to the environment?
Transform your yard from a sea of green and brown into something spectacular by adding some color! From flowering plants to garden art to painted walls, here are some simple ways to brighten up your landscape and showcase your personality.
Installing mulch provides numerous benefits beyond just aesthetics. Mulch protects soil and roots from the elements, helps to conserve water, and can add nutrients back into the soil. Consider both organic and non-organic mulches for your landscaping and choose a Florida-friendly mulch for your spaces.
Whether you do landscaping projects on your property for pleasure or just because someone’s got to do them, you will always encounter potential safety hazards. Use caution and prepare correctly for each job to ensure you stay safe every time.
Winter brings relief from lawn mowing and opens time for other landscaping tasks. Now leaves must be raked, beds cleaned out and mulch refreshed. It’s also a good time of year to plant rye grass and examine trees for mistletoe.
Homeowners who trim their own shrubs and hedges need a few basic tools: clippers or shears, loppers, a manual saw, powered hedge trimmers, and a powered pole saw. Buy the cheaper manual tools first, then add the more costly powered tools when the budget allows.