Affordable Ways To Spruce Up Your Landscape Design

Posted on: 27 September 2016

If you would like to give your landscape a makeover, but are afraid of the cost, you may want to take a few moments to review the following tips. This way, you can get the look you want without breaking the bank. Use Fill Wanted Signs For Landscape Rocks By placing a sign in front of your home, or in various places around town with your phone number, you may find that there are individuals and companies that have various sizes of rocks that can be used as fill or for a landscape design. [Read More]

Taking A Look At The Biggest Mistakes DIYers Make With Residential Irrigation

Posted on: 31 August 2016

Greenery which offers dismal color variations, flowers that droop or fail to bloom, and dead spots in your landscaping are all signs that you are dealing with a problem with lack of water. Unfortunately, if you live in some parts of the country, rainfall is not as abundant as you really need to have a healthy landscape. Thankfully, residential irrigation is a possibility in just about every case and can help ensure you have a lush, healthy landscape. [Read More]

How To Design And Install A Residential Drip Irrigation System

Posted on: 7 August 2016

If you have a home with a small plot of land, you can design and install a drip irrigation system to water your hanging plants, potted plants, and vegetable garden. A simple configuration for a drip irrigation system will include flexible polyethylene drip tubing in various diameters, a faucet connector, a backflow device (to keep water from flowing backwards), a filter (to strain your water and add plant nutrients), a pressure regulator, various swivel adapters, tubing connectors, and tubing brackets as needed for your particular system design. [Read More]

How You Can Successfully Integrate Structural Elements into Your Landscaping

Posted on: 29 July 2016

When you are designing your landscape, you may wonder how to best include structural pieces like decks and outdoor sheds. You might have ideas about adding some structural elements to your landscape as well. Making sure your design includes smooth integration between the natural parts of your landscape and those parts that are made-made is important. Find out how you can create smooth transitions between structural elements and the natural parts of your landscape. [Read More]