Benefits of Using a Company Which Offers Both Landscape Design/Build and Maintenance Program Services

In the current economic climate, many people have become comfortable with remodeling their homes. When remodeling a home, there are several things to take into consideration. For example, you may want a new deck, fence, or gazebo, which may inspire you to make the rest of your garden or walkway more visually pleasing as well. You also want to have regularly scheduled landscaping maintenance done by a company that you trust, while building occasional new additions such as outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, and fire pits. Hiring one company to do both landscape design and building maintenance can simplify the process of requesting a very wide range of services with little hassle.

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Not a Visual Person? 3D Rendering Services May Help You Conceptualize the Design Better.

So it is the beginning of a new year and you want to revamp your space but do not know where to begin! You cannot even visualize it as it would be if it were finished. You need to hire several people for a project that you do not even have the resources to plan. No problem. 3D Rendering services will help you navigate the overall process and ease your stress in starting and finishing your project.

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The Benefits of Having a “Reliable” Maintenance Program with a Reliable Company (Now is the Time to Nail Down a Contractor)

Any sort of landscaping done to your property is an investment. Visually appealing homes have everything from a manicured lawn to trimmed shrubs feeding into its graceful image. What you need to do is nail down a contractor for a “reliable” maintenance program to make sure that your return on investment is the best it can be.

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Why You Should Plant a Live Christmas Tree Instead of Purchasing a Cut Tree

IFor those who celebrate Christmas, a Christmas tree is a special part of the holiday celebration. Many people have fond memories of opening gifts, singing carols or just gathering around the tree with family and friends to celebrate the holiday. Choosing a live Christmas tree is becoming more popular as more people are becoming aware of the benefits of a live tree versus one that is cut. A live Christmas tree can add more fun, memories, and joy to your Christmas celebrations.

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Plants to Prune in the Winter and the Value of Getting it Done NOW

Each year as winter rolls around, the minds of avid gardeners turn to pruning. It can be worrisome but never fear! Botched pruning jobs will grow back and you will have learned a lesson in the process. There are a few tips every gardener should know to get the job done right and to thoroughly prepare his or her garden for the winter season.

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Benefits of Aerating Your Lawn; Fall is the Best Time for This

Core aeration is when you remove small “cores” of soil from your lawn. It’s also called coring or spiking. Core aeration makes your lawn healthier and decreases the need for maintenance. It’s win-win!

Aeration occurs naturally through the process of air exchange between the atmosphere and the soil. When the soil becomes compacted or overloaded with debris, natural aeration needs human intervention. Plan to aerate your home lawn every year. If you need to aerate a busier lawn, such as on a golf fairway or in a public park, you may need to aerate up to five times annually.

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Using Native Plants and Avoiding Invasive Species in Your Landscape

Whether you’re looking to fill an open spot in your yard, would like to feature a unique plant or shrub, or have an entire lot to fill, there are a dizzying array of options from which to choose. Not all pretty plants are created equal. There are two important guidelines to follow that will give you the best results over the long haul: Use native plants and avoid invasive species.

While it may be tempting to order some spectacular specimens from a catalog or website, a local nursery or landscaping company is the best place to start. Why? A local company will know what works in your area. They will feature plants, trees, and shrubs that will thrive in your climate. A bougainvillea is stunning in southern gardens, but will shrivel up and die at the first mention of a freeze in Minnesota.

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