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Affordable Landscaping Features for a Custom Look

September 2nd, 2017

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Custom landscaping that maximizes and beautifies your home’s outdoor living space can create the backdrop for years of memories with your family. Great landscaping also adds value, making it an investment that offers future returns. Read the rest of this entry »

Landscape Border Options

August 30th, 2017

landscape board ideas

Whether you just moved into a new home or you’re looking to make improvements, adding the right borders to your landscape can make a noticeable difference to your outdoor living space. Attractive borders and edging options can create a relaxing space for families to spend time outdoors. Landscape borders can also increase your home’s value, at a relatively affordable cost.

Here are several landscape border options that you can apply to your outdoor space. Read the rest of this entry »

Custom Landscaping Considerations for Your New Pool

August 26th, 2017

The new swimming pool in your backyard is part of an overall vision, which includes not only the pool itself, but the surrounding elements that complete your “wow” worthy landscape. There are, however, several features that must work together to complete your dream. Here are a few factors to make a reality out of your ideas: Read the rest of this entry »

Terms for Understanding a Landscaper Bid

August 23rd, 2017

Landscaper Bid Terms

Are you worried about making that first call to a landscaper? Will you understand the process or hiring someone for a larger project and will you understand the bids, the lingo, and the process? A contractor bid details how the landscaper will deliver what you asked for. A bid is not a contract but is a stepping stone towards a contract. Reading and understanding a landscaper bid doesn’t need to be hard. With the following tips, you will be able to understand a bid with ease! Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Shouldn’t Mow the Lawn Every Week

August 19th, 2017

mowing your lawn weekly can be bad

Many homeowners strive to make their lawn resemble the putting green at their neighborhood golf course. This is not really a good idea for your own yard. Cutting the grass too short is harmful and special treatment is necessary to achieve a putting green type effect. Golf courses also use different types of grass for this dramatic result. However, devoting some time and care to your lawn will result in a nicely manicured yard. Here are several lawn care tips to help you get started: Read the rest of this entry »

Covered vs. Uncovered Outdoor Living Spaces

August 16th, 2017

top backyard landscape elements

Outdoor living areas create a relaxing space for the family to hang out in comfort, and they increase the aesthetic appeal and value of your home. One should opt for neutral color palettes before designing your patio and select durable furniture that is low maintenance. To make your outdoor spaces stand out from the rest, you need to take a few options into consideration: Read the rest of this entry »

Dangers of Overwatering Your Lawn

August 12th, 2017

Over-watering and Under-watering your Lawn

Proper watering practices can greatly improve the quality of your lawn and conserve water, but the truth is most people over water their lawns. Most lawns need one inch of water per week, but water requirements vary between different grass types, climatic, and soil conditions. The dangers of over-watering a lawn include: Read the rest of this entry »

5 Things That Might be Killing Your Lawn

August 9th, 2017

Why is my lawn turning brown Hittle-Landscaping

The lawn is undoubtedly the most integral component of your backyard because it adds a tinge of allure to your home. To get the perfect yard, many people spend a significant amount of money, time and effort ensuring it’s constantly at its best. The last thing that every homeowner wants to experience is a landscape ravished by browning grass. The following are 5 things that might be killing your lawn. Read the rest of this entry »

Pet-Friendly Backyards

August 5th, 2017

Pet-Friendly Backyard Landscaping Tips

Dogs need time to play to be happy and healthy. When deciding the layout of your outdoor space, consider pet-friendly backyard landscaping. This will allow both you and your dog to have an area that is enjoyable to spend time in as you de-stress from hectic day-to-day life. With a little planning, you can have a yard that is both a showpiece and pet-friendly. Read the rest of this entry »

What’s Eating My Flowers? We Know.

August 2nd, 2017

Top Indy Landscaper Backyard Pest Control

Gardeners spend hours and money cultivating their perfect outdoor spaces, so they’re easily dismayed to see plants slowly dying or being destroyed by pests. It’s crucial to find the culprit behind this destruction and stop them before your plants are gone.

Here are a few backyard pests to be on the lookout for in your garden: Read the rest of this entry »