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3 Things You Can Make Out Of Your Tree Trimmings

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Tree trimming is done for many reasons. Whether you have recently had your trees trimmed to protect your home from damage, or to ensure the trees grow beautifully shaped and healthy, you can take the limbs that are trimmed from your trees and create some creatively beautiful things. Here, you will get a few ideas of what you can make from those otherwise wasted tree limbs and branches. Wall Art Read More»

Tips for Choosing a Gas Pressure Washer

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Gas pressure washers are a great choice because they are easy to carry around and are not difficult to manipulate once you know what you are doing. If you are looking to purchase a gas pressure washer for cleaning landscape areas as well as landscape equipment then there are a few things you should bear in mind in order to get the best value for your money. Here are a few tips that will help you. Read More»

Lush Lawns: Three Money And Water Saving Tips

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A beautiful lawn can provide you years of enjoyment—as well as a boost in your property value. The key to creating a lush garden, however, is knowing how to take care of it. Surprisingly, the most common issue in lawn care is watering. Even if you have an automatic irrigation system, you could still be watering your lawn wrong—leading to a dead lawn, and wasted money. So how can you take better care of your yard, while saving money? Read More»

Want An Inviting Backyard Landscape? Use Decomposed Granite To Create A Small Patio

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Enjoying a nice breeze on the patio or a semi-secluded space in your backyard is definitely something you probably dream of doing as the temperatures warm up. Many materials exist that you can use to create such a space, and the amount of money you spend depends on your budget and design choice. Decomposed granite is crushed rock that fits nearly every budget. This guide explains how you can create a patio or semi-secluded space in your backyard. Read More»

High-Maintenance Landscaping? How To Make It More Manageable

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Is your high-maintenance yard taking up a lot of your time?  Perhaps your roses demand to be pruned on a weekly basis or your lawn keeps asking for more water.  A yard that is hard to please can be draining.  Here are a few ways to make your landscaping more manageable. Low-Maintenance Plants If you want your yard to look good year-round without doing a lot of work, you’ll want to look for some self-sufficient plants. Read More»