Drought Tolerant Plant Solutions For Your Backyard Landscape

Posted on: 1 May 2016

Gardening enthusiasts will be the first to tell you that being green in the outdoors is just as important as being green inside the home. Our planet wouldn't be as healthy without plenty of flora to create oxygen for us to breathe. So even in drought conditions when water is at a premium, it doesn't make sense to do away with green plants altogether. Instead of replacing your parched dry lawn with gravel, consider these options for drought-tolerant plants that will enhance the beauty of your outdoor space no matter how much water is available. [Read More]

Landscaping Tips For Those With Outdoor Allergies

Posted on: 29 April 2016

If you have a family member with outdoor allergy problems, it is a good idea to take this into consideration when planning out your landscape. There are plenty of plants that might work well in your yard but others that you should especially avoid. Here are four landscaping tips that hopefully will allow your allergic loved one to enjoy your yard year-round. 1. Look Into Lawn Alternatives If your family member is allergic to grass in general, this can seem like an insurmountable problem when it comes to your yard. [Read More]

3 Tips To Help Deal With Tree Hazards Before A Removal Can Be Done

Posted on: 29 April 2016

For one reason or another, you may need to have a tree removed that is creating a hazard to your property. Sometimes, the tree service will be able to come right away to deal with the hazard, but what if you have to wait? Waiting can be a danger to your property and to people. There are some things that you may want to do to deal with the hazard, such as removing branches or taping off a dangerous zone. [Read More]

Tips For Early Tree Removal And Reasons Why You Should Remove Trees Earlier Rather Than Later

Posted on: 28 April 2016

In the natural world, squirrels, chipmunks, mice and even birds transport the seeds of trees to different locations. In your yard, you have probably seen the results of nature at work--trees sprouting up where you did not plant them and saplings growing from the strangest of places (e.g., cracks in the foundation of your garage). If you do not want these trees to remain, you should work fast to remove them. [Read More]