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Planting in the Kentucky Climate

By Chris Darnell

When determining how and what to grow within your landscape, you must consider the climate you reside in. In Kentucky we experience a specific climate where certain varieties of plant material grow better and worse, because of the weather conditions. Various grasses grow better, and plant varieties that grow well in the spring and other

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Landscaping Within a Small Area

By Chris Darnell

Many of those who become interested in landscaping are presented with incredible properties, lush with large amounts of flowers, massive hardscapes, shrubs and trees lining the landscape, providing privacy. Not all of us are afforded the ability to possess luxury homes, and luxury landscapes. Many of the customers we work with, are working on a

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Importance of Insect Identification

By Chris Darnell

In a similar fashion to our blog regarding the importance of identifying the weeds troubling your landscape, you need to be able to identify insects within your landscape. Your property possesses a small ecosystem, and your plants are a big part of it. These plants are often habited by, and affected by many various species

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How to Install Flagstone

By Chris Darnell

If you are looking for a creative hardscape as an addition to your landscape, the use of flagstone is a great option. Flagstone pavers are jagged, natural looking pieces of stone that possess a relatively smooth surface, great for patios and walkways. As a walking surface, they look very aesthetically pleasing, and fit together like

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Inflation: Running a Landscape Company

By Chris Darnell

As with any other business, the global and especially national economy has a trickle down effect on the landscape industry. One big economic measure that affects all industries is inflation. Generally, rates of inflation around 3 percent per year are pretty normal, but when this past April inflation ran up to its highest rate in

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Shade Loving Plants

By Chris Darnell

One key piece of every garden and landscape is shade. It is where you can escape from the brutal sun, hot temperatures, and cool down under a large tree. While sunlight provides necessary nutrients, it also can hurt many types of plants. This is where planting material that does well in shade, can immensely benefit

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Importance Of Weed Identification

By Evan Selby

When treating your lawn for pests, disease, and worst of all: weeds, it is vital to know exactly what it is that you are dealing with. Weeds are a problem all across the world, hurting lawns, crops and gardens. Different lawn killers have different tells, and the symptoms you see present in your lawn will

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Proper Way to Transport Plants and Trees

By Chris Darnell

As a nursery and garden center, we are often asked the question, “How do I safely transport my plants?” A very reasonable question, keeping your plants safe during transport is vitally important. If they are damaged or destroyed in transport, what use will they be in your landscape? Not only that, but plant material comes

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Compare and Save!

By Evan Selby

‘At Nature’s Mulch we offer the highest quality products at a reasonable price. Check out our reviews to see what our customers have to say! https://www.naturesmulch.com/sample-page/about/

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Playground Mulch vs Rubber Mulch

By Chris Darnell

The intention behind the use of playground mulch, and rubber mulch, is very similar. Both are meant to provide a safe landing space for children falling, tripping, or otherwise hurting themselves playing outside. Playground mulch has been the standard for a while, both for residential playgrounds, and commercial. Schools, Day Cares, and Churches for many

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