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So Many Types of Edging

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So Many Types of Edging

By Evan Selby

Proper edging is essential to a good looking landscape. Clear and separate boundaries give your yard a uniform, organized look and project the care you take. Edging provides a stark contrast between competing areas, such as your patio and perennials. This gives each unique area of your yard its own spotlight. Edging also holds mulch

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Plants that Attract Beautiful Wildlife

By Evan Selby

Any property, residential or commercial, can come to life with the natural addition of beautiful wildlife. However, it can be a task to ensure that you are attracting only the right wildlife, and providing them a comfortable space to spend time in. Making the determination of what to plant, keeping in mind usage by butterflies,

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How Much Mulch Do I Need?

By Evan Selby

When our clients come in to see us, they often ask us, how much mulch do I need for my project? Or, sometimes they’re looking to add decorative rock to a landscape bed or maybe even gravel to a driveway. No matter what the case, there are often questions about how much mulch is really

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Raised Garden Beds: Building and Maintenance

By Evan Selby

Raised garden beds have become increasingly popular in recent years with their convenience and efficiency. Raising your garden beds above the ground can be hugely beneficial when it comes to protecting your plants, but also in simply allowing them to grow better. With the ability to grow in any area of your yard, the allure

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A Landscape You’ll Love For Under $1400

By Evan Selby

Step 1: Choose From 3 FREE Designs Design 1: 2-5 gal Green Giant Arb 6-3 gal Wintergem Boxwood or 3 gal China Girl Holly 1-3 gal Crimson Queen Japanese Maple 4- 1 gal Liriope 7-3 gal Drift Rose 2-Rolls Of Black Plastic Edging 5-Yds Of Mulch Of Your Choice 2-Yds of Compost 1-3×250 Roll Of

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How to: Feed your Plants and Trees

By Evan Selby

Every homeowner invested in their landscape inevitably asks the question, “How do I feed my plants and trees?” While many plants and trees are incredibly low maintenance, there are some actions you can take to ensure optimal levels of health all year long. All plants and trees benefit from being fed, but different plants and

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Landscape Fabric Uses

By Evan Selby

When properly used, landscape fabric can be a great addition to your garden beds. Whether you are new to gardening or possess a seasoned green thumb, landscape fabric can keep your beds looking fresh and clean. Keeping moisture in, and weeds out, landscape fabric acts as a barrier between your garden bed and outside elements.

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Crabgrass: Don’t Let it Get Too Late to Treat

By Evan Selby

When it comes to weeds that are hated in the landscape, crabgrass is often at the top of most peoples’ list. This unsightly weed can spread rapidly once its emerged—and at that point can be difficult to get rid of. Nobody likes seeing the clumping bunches of this grassy weed popping up throughout the lawn. 

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All Buckets Are Not Created Equal

By Evan Selby

Whether you are a homeowner or a professional landscaper, you likely choose to work with a bulk nursery supplier to get both great deals and great products. In addition to hopefully being more cost-effective, it’s also a lot more efficient to purchase landscape supplies in bulk or in “buckets” as opposed to bagged material. You

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4 Reasons you need a Rock Garden

By Evan Selby

There are so many ways in which you can enhance your landscape, and professionals will attempt to sell you all sorts of projects ranging from a new patio, to a fire pit, to a bed of freshly installed plants. However, today we want to touch on a simpler, more durable solution for your yard. As

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