Inhospitable Terrain And Your Landscaping: 5 Ideas To Use Hardscaping For Improved Outdoor Living
26 October 2017
Today, one of the biggest home improvement trends is designing outdoor living space; it is valuable, timeless, and it extends the living space of your home. Unfortunately, sometimes terrain makes outdoor living space designs difficult. To make the most of your landscaping and add outdoor living space to your home, you will want to use hardscaping to make land and elevations more hospitable. Here are some ideas to use hardscaping in outdoor living space where landscaping designs are difficult:
Three Tips For Creating An Edible Landscape
26 October 2017
Most people design their yards with an eye towards promoting privacy and beauty. If you're looking for ways to reduce expenses, however, you should consider developing an edible landscape. With this type of design, the plants you choose will provide healthy fruits and vegetables you can use to supplement your groceries, while still fulfilling the functional purpose of making your yard look great. Here are a few tips for accomplishing this feat:
Managing Your Commercial Irrigation System
24 October 2017
When it comes to keeping your commercial property visually appealing, a healthy landscape can be important. Many commercial properties rely on an irrigation system to supply them with the water needed to keep grass, ornamental flowers, and trees healthy.
Managing your commercial irrigation system properly is critical when it comes to ensuring the performance and affordability of this water system. Here are three tips that you can use to help improve your irrigation management practices in the future.
How To Lay Landscape Boulders
22 October 2017
Add height and interest to your boring landscape without doing a complete design renovation by adding boulders. However, boulders should be planned carefully in advance so they blend with your yard size and soil.
You also need a good way to transport them around the yard, since they are heavy. Follow these steps to place boulders in your landscape.
Prepare to Install the Boulders
To lay the boulders, gather:
work gloves tape measure chalk or hose graph paper digging tools (shovel, tamper) rake landscape fabric boulders in various sizes Draw the land design on graph paper, including water features, pathways, and fences, then mark desired boulder locations avoiding above-ground pipes and septic tank locations.