Four Ways to Rid Your Lawn of Fleas

Warmer weather can bring on the flowers blooming, the grass growing, and vegetation sprouting. Unfortunately, it can also mean ideal conditions for a flea infestation. You can expect to spend around $5 to $20 on a flea flogger to help rid your home of fleas, but if you are not proactive about getting them off your lawn, your dog or cat could end up dealing with fleas right after you've treated your home for them. Read More 

Managing Verticillium Wilt in Trees

Verticillium wilt is a fungal disease that can attack a variety of landscape trees, including both smaller trees, like lilacs and dogwoods, and larger trees, like oaks and maples. The disease often results in the death of the tree. Understanding the disease and how to prevent it can help you save your trees. The following guide can help. How does verticillium wilt spread? The fungus that causes the wilt lives within the soil. Read More 

Tips For Beautiful Fall Landscaping

Just because summer is ending doesn't mean you have to give up your dreams of a colorful, hardy garden. Fall is the perfect time for cool-weather plants and to start planning ahead to your spring displays and beds. Some of the best plants for fall gardens are below: Sweet peas are a cool-weather plant that truly thrives in the autumn and fall, bringing color to your garden. Pumpkins and squash are cool season veggies that will begin to yield a harvest during fall, just before the first frost. Read More 

Five Festive Fall Landscaping Projects And Garden Ideas

Give your yard a little love this fall with some festive and simple landscaping ideas. Prepare your yard and garden for the cooler weather ahead with some planting tips, while still maintaining an intriguing and eye-catching space. Five festive fall projects that will get the family outside are: 1.Go with a lot of mums. Mums are the perfect transition for a colorful garden from summer to fall, and they thrive in cooler, autumnal temperatures. Read More 

Having A Patio Garden Put In? 3 Tips To Consider For The Design

Enjoying a patio garden can be a great alternative to having an in-ground garden or one that's located quite a distance from the door. If you're having paving done and other work in your yard with the installation of a patio and your main goal is to have a garden put in during the project, you need to consider what specifically needs to be done. With the below tips considered and good communication with the designers working on the patio, you can be sure that it is installed without any complications and that you're able to get the patio you want put in. Read More