Rose Of Sharon: The Hibiscus For Colder Climates

Posted on: 25 July 2016

If you love the look of hibiscus flowers, but don't live in a tropical climate, Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus), also called althea, may just be the perfect flowering shrub for your landscape. The profuse single or double flowers appear in late summer in shades of white, pink, rose, purple and blue. They are not as large, but just as beautiful, as those of its tropical cousins. Where Will Rose of Sharon Grow? [Read More]

Want To Save Money On Watering? Opt For Pro Landscape Design Services

Posted on: 4 July 2016

Cutting down your water usage in the front or backyard of your home can be a good idea for saving money and even making your home more environmentally friendly. This can be especially important if you live in an area that frequently has droughts or you rely on water from a provider that can get expensive. If you're curious about how you can cut down on water usage through landscaping, it's best to rely on professionals that know what they're doing and can help you choose projects that offer multiple benefits, while providing the end goal of saving water. [Read More]

Tips For Safely Felling A Tree Yourself

Posted on: 27 May 2016

If you have a dangerous tree in your yard, you may want to remove it before it falls over on its own. You want to bring down the tree safely and under control so that you don't end up with a tree on your house or car, or tangled up in power lines. If you decide that you want to do it on your own, there are some tips and safety suggestions that you are going to need to know. [Read More]

Want To Get Lawn Mowing Services? 3 Ways To Keep Your Dogs From Ruining The Grass In Between Services

Posted on: 26 May 2016

Keeping your yard maintained requires mowing the lawn every week or two. But, despite the fact that you may want to have an attractive landscape, you may not like the idea of being the one to maintain it. Getting lawn mowing services is the perfect solution to this problem. The one thing that can get in the way is your dogs, which may be prone to causing all sorts of damage to the yard, especially the grass. [Read More]