Your Guide To Successful Landscaping

Tips For Creating A Charming Garden Pathway

A large backyard is a natural boon to your outdoor living. You can entertain or unleash the kids on the lawn. However, perhaps grass isn't your style, and you prefer a more naturalistic look to your backyard. You can create a bucolic backyard with a garden path as the centerpiece. Make over your backyard with a touch of the wild. Plan the Path Since the walkway is the centerpiece of your rustic backyard, start by planning its path.   Read More...

Landscaping Ideas for Your Patio

Landscaping around a patio needs to do more than just look beautiful, it also must provide some privacy and shade. The goal is to create an outdoor space that makes you feel relaxed so that you love to use it. The following landscaping ideas can help you achieve the perfect patio.  Add a border A patio surrounded on all sides by lawn can feel out of place, much like an afterthought plunked down in the grass.   Read More...

Embracing Lawn Ornaments

When it comes to lawns, people have a variety of tastes. Some prefer to have only flowers and other plant life in their yard, while others choose to decorate with multiple lawn ornaments. If you have a passion for pink flamingos and garden gnomes, you don't need to be ashamed. You should proudly plant your freak flag in the world of yard kitsch. History Yard statues have a long and prestigious history.   Read More...

4 Ways You Could Be Killing Your Grass

Are you at your wits end with your lawn? Perhaps you have tried several things to get rid of pesky brown spots. Some people fail to realize that the things they are doing or ignoring are the causes of their lawns having brown spots. This leads some people to continue to apply the wrong lawn care practices, which leads to further frustration. The following things could be killing your grass even if your intentions are good.   Read More...

Build A Raised Garden With Silt Fencing Instead Of Wooden Boards

If you plan to build a large raised garden but don't want to use wooden boards that might rot or break down if they become wet, consider using silt fencing instead. Silt fencing material is often used in situations that require temporary protection against soil erosion. But the fencing may also be of good use to you because it allows excess water to drain through it without degrading your soil. Here's how silt fencing works and how you can use it for your garden instead of wooden boards.   Read More...