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Low-Maintenance: Maintaining Beauty in Your Landscape Yard

Written by Admin and published on https://www.installitdirect.com/ Take these tips to heart if you’re serious about low-maintenance landscaping. Since watering and mowing the lawn consume a large chunk of yard care time, the biggest step you can take towards minimizing your workload is reducing your watering needs and

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WEIRD GARDENING TIPS THAT REALLY WORK

Written by Admin and published on https://www.installitdirect.com/ Gardening can be a brilliantly immersive activity but for a beginner, it can be tricky. The few times that I tried to garden, I ended up quitting out of frustration. Sometimes, it can seem extremely hard to follow all the rules

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IDEAS: Landscape Outdoor Lighting (Pro Tips)

Written by Kathy Adams  and published on https://www.hunker.com/ A well-lit landscape should have both functional and decorative light fixtures. In this outdoor space, wall sconces on the house provide adequate illumination for entertaining, while the garden fixtures and the lights strung through the trees bring a whimsical feel

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Make Your Front Yard Look Fabolous With This Landscaping Tips

Written by Admin and published on https://www.homoq.com/ You can increase your home’s curb appeal, beautify your neighborhood and create a welcoming entryway to your home by distinctively landscaping your front yard. Keep several factors in mind when designing the front yard, including the style of your home and

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Follow This Potted Plant Ideas For Your Garden

Written by Admin and published on https://www.homoq.com/ If you have a sunny spot on your patio, deck, or porch or need an accent for a bright spot in your garden, a Potted Plant is perfect for you. These flowering Potted Plants are hard to kill and will thrive in container

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Avoid This Tips For Your Garden Landscaping

Written by Gadget Flazz and published on https://www.gadgetflazz.com/ Landscaping can make a garden look visually appealing to homeowners as well as guests and visitors. People hire professional landscapers for landscaping in their front yards. Landscaping not only makes a landscape visually appealing but also enhances the value of

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Price Range: Landscaping Your Garden And Lawn

Written by Admin and published on https://www.homoq.com/ Landscaping improves your home’s value and curb appeal. Landscaping takes on many forms, from installing trees, shrubs, and a lawn to creating a patio with a gazebo and walkways. If you’re a homeowner with a front yard or backyard, you’ll probably

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Killing Weeds While Avoiding Damage From Your Garden

Written by Lynn Coulter and published on https://www.hgtv.com/outdoors/ There are three elements needed for your garden plants to survive: water, sunlight, and nutrients. Now, what do weeds need to survive? Yes, you guessed it right. Weeds need the same elements as plants. However, your backyard or garden cannot

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How to Winterize a Garden: How to Protect Your Garden

Written by Jane Milliman and published on https://gilmour.com/. During the winter months, gardens often times experience drastic weather changes and conditions that are difficult for specific plants to adapt to. As a result, damage can occur. Sometimes it is mild damage and the plant can recover. Other times,

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The Importance Of LED Garden Lights And For Your Home’s Safety

Written by Admin and published on https://yardyum.com/ Plants often take center stage when it comes to landscaping, but exterior lighting adds both aesthetic and functional benefits to your home. Landscape lighting ranges from small solar lights that need no wiring to wall-mounted lights that are hardwired into your

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The Ultimate Guide And Benefits Of Mulching In Garden

Written by Admin and published on https://myfirstgarden.net/. There are few gardening tasks that will make such a large impact on your yard. In one fell swoop, you can suppress weeds, increase moisture retention, stabilize soil temperature and make your garden and yard look beautifully buttoned up. The types

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Avoiding Pests and Disease in the Garden And Plants

Written by Colleen Vanderlinden and published on https://www.thespruce.com/. Getting an early start on dealing with insect and disease issues can make all the difference between a beautiful, healthy landscape and one that’s plagued by problems all season. By focusing on prevention, rather than reacting to disease and pest

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Dos and Don’ts of Front Yard Landscape: Rights And Wrongs

Written by Jasper Boekelman and published on http://www.planitdiy.com/. Contemporary landscapes are known for having a clean, minimalist look with no clutter. In contrast to the naturalistic, wavy borders popular in many landscapes, this style emphasizes straight lines and geometric forms which better reflect and relate to the architecture.

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When To Fertilize Plants: Best Times For Application Of Fertilizer

Written by Andrea Beck and published on https://www.bhg.com/. Well-managed soil with plenty of organic amendment is rich in micro- and macro-nutrients essential for good plant growth and production, but even the best-managed garden plot can benefit from fertilization. The way to maximize these benefits is to know when

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Importance Of Soil Conservation For Gardening

Written by Admin and published on https://eartheclipse.com/. Soil conservation is interesting as there are multifarious ways in which you can conserve it. All the methods are pretty simple and so, once you learn the techniques of soil conservation, you’ll never forget them. Soil conservation is the process of

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Choosing Annual Flowers For Your Gard

Written by Julie Martens Forney and published on https://www.hgtv.com/ If you wanted to grow annual flowers, your choices were limited to geraniums, impatiens, marigolds and red salvia. But today, most greenhouses offer an eyecatching array of choices. Whether you’re planting a windowbox, lining your sidewalk, or spicing up your perennial

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Water Conservation in the Home Garden and Landscape

Written by Maria Woodie and published on https://www.hortmag.com/. Gardening is a fairly water intensive activity. With increasing strains on water supplies and access to water in many places, you may be excited about all of the ways you can conserve water in your garden. For instance, you can

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Irrigation Maintenance For Gardening

Irrigation Maintenance For Gardening

Written by Jeff Stafford and published on https://www.hgtv.com/. Even the best irrigation system can waste water if it is run too long or operated incorrectly. You might be able to save water by regularly maintaining your irrigation system. Planting a garden is one thing, but garden maintenance is

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Best Small Trees for Tiny Yards

Written by Julie Joyce and published on https://digitblog.barnnurserylandscape.com/. We don’t all have room for a giant sequoia or huge a oak in our backyards. But there are many small trees that should suit your space. Whether you are looking for a little shade or a bit of color

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Easy-to-Care-for Outdoor Plants That Will Add Color to Your Yard

Written by Jamie McIntosh and published on https://www.thespruce.com/. If high-maintenance flowers have no place, or chance of survival, in your backyard, then here’s some great news: You don’t need to plant a ton of flowers to add color to your landscape. These vibrant plants and shrubs are not

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Beautiful Ornamental Shrubs to Plant in Your Garden

Written by David Beaulieu and published on https://www.thespruce.com/. I’ve always called any low-maintenance, high-impact plant a “plant that pays the rent.” To me, that means a plant that earns its keep in the garden by reliably contributing year-round interest. If a plant looks good for only two or

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Benefits of Ornamental Grasses in Your Garden

Written by Shelley Frost and published on https://homeguides.sfgate.com/. While beautiful flowers are a must-have for any garden, don’t forget about ornamental grasses! Ornamental grasses are a wonderful way to add colour, beauty and texture to your fall landscape. Unlike grasses used for lawns (i.e Kentucky Bluegrass), ornamental grasses

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Does Ice Melt Damage Plants?

Written by Admin and published on https://completelandscapingservice.com/. Winters in Salt Lake City, Utah, can be snowy and icy. Snow will come down and partially melt, and then will freeze overnight, making things slick. We’ve got more cars than ever on the roads and snowy, slick roads, if untreated,

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What’s the Best Way to Clean Decking?

Written by Admin and published on https://www.lovethegarden.com/. Designing and building a deck suited to your wants and needs can be fun and exciting. But when it comes to care and maintenance, it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into beforehand. Examine the pros and cons of composite

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