Although we’ve seen plenty of rain and wind the past couple of weeks, it’s a good time to think about any changes you’d like to make to your garden before the nice weather returns in Spring and Summer. A big change that many people are starting to make is getting rid of lawn area, as… Read more >
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When determining a budget for a large project having a realistic expectation of what things cost is imperative. For those who have no previous experience with a substantial landscaping project it can be very challenging to determine what an appropriate amount to spend would be. The first step in determining your expectation and budget is… Read more >
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Narrowing down our top 5 favorite Japanese maples was pretty difficult considering there’s so many different varieties of Japanese maples and they’re all so unique. Japanese Maples come in dwarf to upright forms and everything in between and are well suited for our zone. They also come in various colors from red, to green, to… Read more >
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If you have a vegetable garden, you can probably imagine how much water you use to not only water your plants, but then wash all your fresh produce. But, this month’s Garden Hack might just change the way you do both. You only need 3 things for this: a large colander or laundry basket with… Read more >
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There are many plants that you probably pass by every day that you could actually eat. And, the majority of them are weeds. So, if you find these weeds in your yard and they just make you so mad, just eat them instead! They can add unique flavors to dishes and even add in some… Read more >
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