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So Many Types of Edging

By Chris Darnell

Proper edging is essential to a good looking landscape. Clear and separate boundaries give your yard a uniform, organized look and project the care you take. Edging provides a stark contrast between competing areas, such as your patio and perennials. This gives each unique area of your yard its own spotlight. Edging also holds mulch

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Plants that Attract Beautiful Wildlife

By Chris Darnell

Any property, residential or commercial, can come to life with the natural addition of beautiful wildlife. However, it can be a task to ensure that you are attracting only the right wildlife, and providing them a comfortable space to spend time in. Making the determination of what to plant, keeping in mind usage by butterflies,

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Raised Garden Beds: Building and Maintenance

By Chris Darnell

Raised garden beds have become increasingly popular in recent years with their convenience and efficiency. Raising your garden beds above the ground can be hugely beneficial when it comes to protecting your plants, but also in simply allowing them to grow better. With the ability to grow in any area of your yard, the allure

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A Landscape You’ll Love For Under $1400

By Evan Selby

Step 1: Choose From 3 FREE Designs Design 1: 2-5 gal Green Giant Arb 6-3 gal Wintergem Boxwood or 3 gal China Girl Holly 1-3 gal Crimson Queen Japanese Maple 4- 1 gal Liriope 7-3 gal Drift Rose 2-Rolls Of Black Plastic Edging 5-Yds Of Mulch Of Your Choice 2-Yds of Compost 1-3×250 Roll Of

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All Buckets Are Not Created Equal

By Chris Darnell

Whether you are a homeowner or a professional landscaper, you likely choose to work with a bulk nursery supplier to get both great deals and great products. In addition to hopefully being more cost-effective, it’s also a lot more efficient to purchase landscape supplies in bulk or in “buckets” as opposed to bagged material. You

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Landscape Tools you Need in 2021

By Chris Darnell

Integral to any landscaping project are tools. Yes, they must be operated, and there must be material for them to be used upon, but without them, simple tasks become daunting chores. When you are attempting to take on any DIY landscape project, these tools will make your life exponentially easier. These tools bridge the gap

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Topsoil: WYNTK

By Chris Darnell

If you have been researching starting a garden or improving your garden, you have probably seen the word “topsoil.” Topsoil found naturally in the native soil in your garden is different than the topsoil you find at your local nursery or home center. We will review the difference and when to use the kind found

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Is fall a good time to plant?

By Chris Darnell

Is fall a good time to plant? Conventional wisdom holds that spring is the time to plant, when the earth is just waking up from winter’s chill and the long, hot days of summer are ahead. After all, that’s when the Garden Center is filled with flowering shrubs and perennials, as well as brightly colored

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What You Need to Know About Professional Vs. DIY Design

By Chris Darnell

What You Need to Know You are enjoying an afternoon snack on a fine day or playing catch with your son in the backyard, and you think to yourself, your backyard could do with some renovation. The question is, do you go on about DIY-ing it, or do you hire a professional to do it

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6 Tips for Designing a Low Maintenance Landscape

By Chris Darnell

6 Tips for Designing a Low Maintenance Landscape Creating a low maintenance landscape can be beneficial when it comes to spending more time enjoying your property as opposed to working on it. Even properties that are professionally maintained can benefit financially from having landscaping that is easily kept looking its best. We’ve rounded up 6

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