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making landscaping beautiful and beneficial

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.

2 New Low-Cost, Water-Efficient Ways To Water Your Landscaping With No Hassle

Did you just have your yard beautifully landscaped, but are now realizing that watering your flowers and plants has become one extra daily chore that you are tired of performing manually? Or are you thinking of having your yard landscaped, but you worry that you will regret it when the cost of watering all of your plants begins to take a toll on your tight budget? If this sounds like you, then you will be happy to hear that there are two new easy and water-efficient ways to keep your lawn plush and those plants and flowers healthy with little, if any, daily work. Read More 

Adding A Wildflower Garden Area In Front Of Your Porch

If you wish to give your home some added curb appeal, you may have considered planting flowers in front of your porch in an attempt to give the area a burst of color. One great way to give the front of your home some character is with the addition of a wildflower mix. Here are some tips you can use to ensure the seeds you plant in this area grow healthy and strong. Obtain A Wildflower Mix To Enhance The Landscape Read More 

Sit, Stay, Enjoy – 5 Landscaping Tips For Building A Dog Park

Designing a dog park for your community? It can be a great way to bring people together and keep everyone -- human and canine -- together. But what kind of landscape design does a dog park call for? Here are 5 tips for both landscape and hardscape in your doggy park. Flat Isn't Mandatory When selecting a location for a dog park, keep in mind that it doesn't have to be perfectly flat. Read More 

Putting Down New Grass In A Large Area – What Is Better, Topsoil Or Compost?

Many homeowners needing to reseed their lawn often have trouble deciding to use topsoil or compost. Some people even think topsoil and compost are one in the same. Actually, there is a big difference between the two. If you are putting down new grass in a large area of your yard, then keep reading to learn if you should be planting your grass seed in topsoil or compost. A Quick Look At Topsoil Read More 

Want To Landscape With Your Kids? 3 Great Plants To Grow With Your Kids

Gardening is an excellent hobby for an introverted person or someone who enjoys doing things on their own. But, this is not the only way that you can have fun growing plants or trees in your backyard. Bringing your kids into the picture can turn it into an experience that the whole family can participate in. It is not hard for children to make a mistake or two when watering or maintaining plants, so you want plants that are not only easy to grow, but can withstand most of the conditions that they are likely to experience. Read More