Protecting Your Trees from Pests and Fungus

 

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Trees and shrubs can add beauty, shade and dimension to your property, but they are susceptible to certain types of pests, fungus and disease. Varieties that are not native to your area may be even more at risk for attack. Knowing how to protect your tall bushes and trees can help you maintain the beautiful…

The Best Times to Fertilize Your Lawn

 

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The grass in your lawn needs nutrients to thrive, but every year the soil can become depleted from constant growth throughout the seasons. Fertilizer enhances the soil, helping your grass grow thicker, greener and helping it survive during the height of drought or heat periods of summer. However, there are better times than others to…

Thin or Weed-Infested Lawn? Bring Your Grass Back to Life

 

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It is harder that it would seem to maintain a lush, green lawn. While grass seems to grow everywhere, so do the weeds that also like the same terrain. If your lawn is looking sparse, or there seems to be more dandelions and weeds than grass, there are ways to bring your lawn back to…

Do You Have a Brown Thumb? Try Landscape Revitalization

 

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Are you frustrated with trying to create a beautiful landscape around your home? Many people are not blessed with a green thumb, with brown being the more appropriate color. Keeping plants, trees and grass healthy is not always as easy as it may seem. If you have shrubs, trees, flowers, grass and other plants that…

Does Your Lawn Need Aeration This Spring?

 

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Spring is the best time to give your lawn the maintenance it needs to flourish during the hotter summer months. Fertilizing, reseeding and aeration are all best done in the spring. This gives your grass the nutrients and environment it needs to sustain its health through the heat of summer. Aeration is one process that…

5 Reasons a New Patio Adds Value to Your Home

 

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Is your home lacking a patio or is the one you have too small or in disrepair? A new patio can be a valuable addition to your home for many reasons. Here are five ways a new patio can add value to your home and make it more enjoyable for your family. Outdoor living space.…

Add Privacy and Security to Your Home with Fencing

 

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Is your front or backyard unfenced and easily accessible for the eyes and unwanted trespassers? If you are tired of feeling on display when out in your yard due to nosey neighbors, or having unwanted animals or people entering your property, it may be time to add fencing. Not only can the right fence add…

5 Dangers of Poor Drainage in Your Yard

 

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Proper drainage in your yard is vital for healthy landscaping, but more than benefits, it can eliminate dangers to your property. If you have pooling or soggy spots in your yard, you can be in for a rude awakening if it is not addressed. Here are five dangers of poor drainage that can impact your…

4 Reasons You Should Remove Tree Stumps in Your Backyard

 

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Have you had trees cut down and removed in your backyard, but still have stumps? While it may seem harmless to leave them there, there are benefits to removing those old stumps. A professional landscaping service can provide stump removal service to clear those remnants of former trees away. Here are four reasons that you…

Do You Think Professional Lawn Care is Too Expensive?

 

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It is a common misconception that professional lawn care is a luxury for only those with extensive disposable incomes. While it is true it is a luxury, it is not as expensive as you may think. When you consider the cost and time it takes to care for your own lawn, the expense is not…