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Landscaping your yard could be more beneficial than you think. The landscaping can actually be more than just beautiful - it could be effective in controlling water flow and pests in your yard. How do you create a landscape design that will be both beautiful and beneficial? Are some plants better and more hardy than others? How do you choose what plants to place where? How much hardscape does your design need? These and many other landscaping questions are answered on my website. Take a moment to read up on my personal experiences and learn from what I have been through in the past.

Landscaping Ideas For A Backyard Classroom

If the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted you to home school your children for the foreseeable future, one thing that you'll need to think about is where you'll teach them. There are advantages of doing so indoors, but you might also wish to consider an outdoor space — especially if your children are young. In the yard, your children won't be around electronic distractions and they'll also get to enjoy the fresh air. Read More 

Recommendations For Installing Paving Options For Your Yard Hardscaping

Having the right aesthetics and features in your yard landscaping can make the difference between your yard looking sloppy and overgrown or maintained and tidy. And using a series of hardscaping methods is a good way to improve your yard's design while keeping your yard elements within a sense of order and flow. The following are some recommendations to help you install attractive looking and functional paving options for your property's hardscaping. Read More 

Tips For Setting Up Irrigation Zones

A major benefit of an irrigation system is that you can set up different watering zones in your yard. These zones are then programmed into the irrigation control board so you can adjust the watering amount and timing by individual zone. Not only can this save water, but it also ensures your plants receive exactly the amount of irrigation they need.   Division 1: Plant Type Every plant has different watering needs, so the first step when designing your irrigation system is to divide your yard by plant types. Read More 

How To Get Your Baseball Stadium Ready For The Season

If you own or manage a baseball stadium you know that having regular games isn't just about having good teams play but it's also about creating an environment that everyone will want to be in. From having your turf taken care of on a regular basis to having a good snack stand setup, there are a few different things that you will want to consider having done before you open for the season. Read More 

Choose The Right Heads For Your Sprinkler System

Automatic sprinklers make your life easier while also ensuring that your lawn and landscape plants receive the water they need to survive. When designing your sprinkler system, you will have several choices when it comes to sprinkler heads and emitters. The following guide can help you make the right choice. Shrubs and Flowers Drip irrigation lines are well suited for shrubs and flower beds. Overhead watering may not reach the soil through the dense foliage of a shrub, so most of the moisture ends up lost to evaporation. Read More