Landscaping

  • Landscaping

    What is Mulch? Types, Benefits, and How Much Do I Need?

    Mulch is more than just a garden accessory; it’s a vital part of maintaining a healthy, vibrant garden and landscaping. We are going to navigate through the basics of mulch—understanding its types, benefits, and how much you actually need—to help you significantly enhance your landscaping, making it a project well within reach for beginners and seasoned gardeners alike. Hopefully this will help your yard look more cohesive and inviting, becoming a beloved spot for family time and relaxation.

  • Landscaping

    How to Edge a Flower Bed Like a Pro

    Sometimes, all it takes is a little definition to transform a bland space into a breathtaking garden. That’s where edging your flower bed comes into play. It’s like giving your garden a chic haircut; it instantly looks fresher, tidier, and more put together. Clean, crisp edges between your lawn and mulch will take your landscaping to another level. And the best part is that anyone can do it. Let me show you just how easy it is.

  • Landscaping, Plants

    How to Grow a Limelight Hydrangea Tree

    There’s something undeniably enchanting about limelight hydrangea trees, with their stunning display of light green to creamy-white flowers that bring a soft, yet vibrant, allure to any garden or outdoor space. If you’ve ever found yourself wandering through a nursery or flipping through a gardening magazine, chances are, the unique beauty of these trees has caught your eye.

  • Landscaping

    Choosing the Right Boxwood Shrub for Your Landscaping

    We have been doing our own landscaping for several years now. Actually, for nineteen years. Amazing how time flies! In the early years, we never could afford to have thousands of dollars spent on landscaping and why should we start now. Landscaping is something that can easily be DIYed with proper planning and tools.

  • Landscaping

    The Best Small Trees for Landscaping

    When it comes to landscaping, it’s not just about the lush lawns and blooming flower beds. Trees play a pivotal role in creating a balanced, inviting outdoor space. But what if you’re working with a smaller area or want to keep things cozy and manageable? That’s where small trees come into the limelight, offering the perfect solution to add height, structure, and a touch of nature’s architecture without overwhelming your space. Let’s take a look into why small trees are a landscaping must-have and spotlight a few of our favorites: the Corkscrew Willow, Emerald Green Arborvitae, Dogwood, and Crepe Myrtle.