If you have a dying tree in your yard, it's best to have it removed as soon as possible before a storm knocks it over. When you look at the tree, notice its natural curve. If it leans toward your house or over your cars, then you definitely want to remove it from your yard so it doesn't damage your valuable investments. If it leans towards your neighbor's house, you could face legal trouble and huge expenses if the tree falls and causes damage.
Throughout the winter all you see is a drab landscaping that has no life to it unless you live in the southern states. If you do not live where it is warm all year and have a perennial flower garden, you need to help it wake up so the flowers can grow well for you this year. Below are some tips on how you can get started doing this. Check the Soil Condition
A Cape Cod home is a style of Colonial houses. Instead of the grandiose townhouses some people built, Cape Cods are modest. Yet they still feature the attractive details – such as pitched roofs and dormer windows – characteristic of the style. When it comes to landscaping, the effect is meant to be charming and elegant. Use characteristics of such landscaping to complement a Cape Cod or other traditional style of home.
Landscaping is an important part of your home's curb appeal and value, but most homeowners do not know where to start improving their yards. Creating one or more flower beds in your front, back, and side yards is a great way to incorporate style and color, but the process can be overwhelming for some people. With this guide, you can create an easy-to-maintain flower bed that will add style, color, and function to your landscape design.
A well-trimmed lawn and perfectly groomed border beds are attractive in any landscape, but they can seem a bit bland and boring overall. This is because they aren't designed to catch the eye. What your landscape is missing is a visual anchor point that draws the eye and makes the overall look more attractive. The following are a few anchor point ideas for different areas of the lawn. The Grand Entrance