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8 Ideas for a Landscape without Grass

Grass is an integral part of any landscaping project. It can help create unique and striking designs. Having grass in a landscape design provides many benefits for a homeowner. One example would be the ease at which it blends with the surroundings. Other advantages of having grass are its low maintenance, ease of growth, and…
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Landscape Designs for Your Front Yard

There are numerous designs a person can use to make his or her front yard look unique, exceptional, and classic. Landscaping gives homeowners the opportunity to transform their homes’ surroundings into something that is one of a kind. Landscaping also helps to enhance the natural beauty of the environment. Many people want to have an…
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Is Natural Irrigation Possible?

Overview Effective, efficient, and cost-sufficient agricultural practices is the drive of any person involved in agriculture. One of the ancient methods that saw an agricultural revolution around the world is the use of irrigation in farming. Changing times, including technological advancements, has seen a change in irrigation, whether on commercial or small-scale use. There are…
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Landscape Lighting Basics

Overview Getting it right on, landscaping of a new home is vital as it will reflect on the artistic beauty of the house in general and comes with many more benefits. Lighting is an essential part of landscaping and will ensure that you enhance the beauty of your home, curb appeal and safety to your…
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How to Pick Summer Plants for Your Yard

Are you looking to enhance your backyard’s outlook with some summer plants? Alternatively, are you looking for an ideal summer plant that will thrive best in your area? If yes, you are in the right place. This blog seeks to provide you with an insight into some of the best ways to lighten up your…
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BASICS OF THE BED IRRIGATION

There are different ways to choose from for your bed irrigation project. Two popular types of bed irrigation are the sprinkler system and drip system. While sprinkler is still used by some people to irrigate their beds, it is less effective and its basic setup is simple and direct. You will just need to connect…
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What To Do About Invasive Species

Invasive species such as animals, non-native plants, and microorganisms are a major threat to our ecosystems, and natural habitats. They are more difficult to manage when they spread and establish themselves. Nonnative plants are the most problematic invasive species and they even have tendencies to dislodge our native plants when invading to live and spread.…
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The Trails and Tribulations of Landscaping in South Florida

South Florida is largely a tropical region. Its most defining characteristic is heat, freezes being a rarity. Temperatures during the night do not go down as much as it does in other parts of the state. With such a climate, most houseplants are outdoor plants in South Florida year round. The plant material is mainly…
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RED, WHITE AND BLUE YARD FUN

Weekends provide the opportunity to hang out with friends and family. Engaging in an activity that is relaxing, refreshing, and exciting is the ultimate weekend plan. While many people prefer going out to parties, traveling, and shopping, many others prefer peace, tranquility, and activities that are not so involving. Going out might be costly compared…
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How To Revive Your Lawn After Grass Dies

More often than not, it is possible to bring back to life a dead lawn without the need to tear everything down and start all over. However, your success largely depends on how long the grass has been dead. Usually, grass that appears dead for a short period, between 3 to 5 weeks, can successfully…
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