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Why Hydroseeding Is A Good Technique For Growing Grass

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Are you tired of looking at a yard full of dirt and want to grow beautiful grass? You might want to invest in hiring a contractor to perform hydroseeding on the soil. Hydroseeding is a worthy investment for your landscape because it will include numerous benefits. Basically, a slurry of grass seeds, fertilizer, water and mulch will be sprayed onto your soil. Take a look at this article to learn why you should grow your grass through the hydroseeding process. Read More»

Want to Dive into Each Holiday Season with Festive Landscaping? 3 Plants to Grow

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Some people love warm climates, and with them it is easy to enjoy year-round color in your garden. If you prefer cold climates and live in one of the lower hardiness zones where it gets below freezing, your options for colorful plants take a major decline, but you can still get festive during the holiday season. It is important not to grow just any plants if you expect to have a lovely landscape come wintertime. Read More»

Hire A Tree Pruning Service As Soon As You Plant A Dwarf Apple Tree To Maximize Production

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Planting a dwarf apple tree in your yard this spring will let you pick apples – just like those grown in orchards – for many years. To get as many apples as possible, you’ll need to have the tree pruned in a particular way. In addition to being a great season for planting, spring is also an excellent time of year to prune trees. Here’s how to ask a tree pruning service to shape your dwarf apple tree so it gives you many apples. Read More»

Curb Appeal: Landscaping Tips To Help Your Home Sell

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If you’re planning to put your home on the market, first impressions really count. Buyers will almost immediately base their opinion of your house on how the home looks before they even open the front door, so the landscaping around your house is extremely important. If you’re getting ready to sell your home, follow these tips to help give your house a great curb appeal. Look Carefully Take a good, close look at the areas around your home. Read More»

Paver 101: Installing A Flat Concrete Paver Walkway

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If you have decided to install your own walkway during your next remodeling project, but do not want to deal with pouring concrete, then you should use inexpensive concrete pavers. Concrete pavers come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Pavers compliment any landscaping and home style when they are correctly installed. Use these three things to install your walkway so that it is flat and stays that way for its entire useful life: Read More»