Deck Screening Options

April 12, 2019

If you have a deck, whether it’s up high or down low, you’ve probably considered some type of screening. Adding a screen to your deck can help provide privacy to/from neighbors, help block the elements such as wind, rain, and sun, or help screen from a particular feature of your landscape. Wood Horizontal Wood Screens-… Read more >

Alternatives to High Maintenance Plants

February 26, 2019

High maintenance plants can cause many problems in your garden from growing too big for their space, taking over structures, pruning nightmares, and a lot of messes and hassle that make people frustrated and tired of spending day after day in the garden instead of enjoying it. But, if your goal is a gorgeous garden,… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Vertical Gardening

December 14, 2018

Vertical gardening opens more possibilities for adding plants to your space rather than just on the ground level. If you have a smaller outdoor space, this could add much needed planting space that you might not have had otherwise. You can even add vertical gardening options in your house, as well. Fence Planters- You can… Read more >

5 Favorite Blueberry Varieties

November 30, 2018

Although we’re well into fall and soon to be winter, blueberries always sound good. These 5 varieties of blueberries will have you thinking of summer days. While they’re most well known for their delicious fruit in summer, the foliage also has excellent fall color ranging from maroons to yellows to purples. Sunshine Blue Blueberry (Vaccinium… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Garden Tool Storage

October 22, 2018

After a full spring and summer of gardening, garden tools can get misplaced or heaped into a disorganized pile. The next time you need to find a tool you’ll feel like one of those people in an infomercial struggling to find what you need. These garden tool storage hacks will keep your space organized and… Read more >