Spring is just around the corner and this means butterflies will soon be returning to the area looking for the perfect spot to live and lay their eggs. Planting pollinator and nectar species of trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals is a great way to make sure these beautiful creatures visit your garden this season. From a large pollinator border to a small container, planting just a few select species can bring them flitting your way!

Why Winter is the Perfect Time for Hardscaping Project?

Hardscaping is the implementation of the non-living elements in the landscaping world. Examples are the installation of bricks and stone walls, walkways, paver walls, retaining walls, wood arbors, patios, flagstone pathways, and pebble/cement driveways and walkways. Hardscape landscaping is a key part of landscape design; it will add the alluring sense or organization and a…

Using a Drainage Solution for Utility or Beautification

Wet spots are a common issue that happens in many yards. The problem with these is because they will cause your grass and plants to die because they are not meant to be soaked underwater for too long. Soggy areas can cause leakage in your basement areas. So, what causes this wet spot? More often than not, having a lot of wet spots means that you have a poor drainage system in your yard. When your yard is not draining properly, you will have to experience plenty of drained problems which may cause costly problems in the future. 

Retaining Walls and Their Many Applications

Do you often experience soil erosion, especially in areas that are not leveled? Well, luckily there is a solution for that, it’s called retaining walls. They will not only keep your yard intact, but  they also add great aesthetic value. Generally, the purpose of retaining walls is to hold the soil behind them. If your property has a lot of sloped areas, using retaining walls is the best idea for you. 

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How to Get Your Property Ready For the Fall/Winter Seasons

The weather starts to get cold – no doubt, the chilly months are just right around the corner. To most homeowners, this is the perfect time to prepare their home for the colder season. Instead of just waiting for the coming cold, why not try to be a smart homeowner this year and get your property and home ready for the fall and winter? Remember, winter can be harsh and it can wreak havoc on your property. With a little preparation, you can get your home ready for the cold months ahead.

Start prepping your house for the colder season. How to get your property ready for the fall and winter? Here are some things you should include in your list: