How To Build A Raised Garden Bed

For many people, their backyard is a space that is predominantly made up of grass and offers very little space for growing vegetables or flowers, however, a raised garden bed can be the perfect solution and add a great deal of appeal to your landscape design.  Making your own raised garden bed is a simple job that you can easily do yourself. The job will take an hour or two but will save you a lot of money as compared to buying a bed at your local hardware store. [Read More]

5 Soil Care Mistakes To Avoid In Your Yard

If you want your home to feature gorgeous landscaping, healthy soil is a necessity. Unfortunately, many homeowners expect their landscaper's skill to be able to make up for neglected soil care.   In reality, your landscaping will never look good for long if you don't put effort and research into keeping your soil in good condition. Soil needs to nourish landscaping features in your yard to prevent plant life from quickly losing its vitality. [Read More]

3 Ways To Incorporate Block Walls Into Your Landscape Design

If you are looking to redesign the look of your yard, there are plenty of different landscaping designs available to you. Block walls are an excellent addition to your space. They create aesthetic appeal and allow you to create a border where there would otherwise be none. You can use them for your pool, garden, entryway and so much more. Here are a few design ideas to help you along the way when designing a yard that really wows. [Read More]

Include Your Children When Landscaping By Focusing On Their Needs

Parents of young children are often looking for new ways to encourage their children to spend more time outdoors in a safe manner. If your backyard is currently not very child-friendly, you can begin making some changes to the landscaping with your children in mind. With a few easy changes that can be done on your own and in just a weekend or two, you can create a yard that is welcoming for your children to spend plenty of time in. [Read More]