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Hardscaping Your Backyard: Ideas For You

When the weather warms up and winter has finally gone away, you are ready and willing to get outside and start working in your yard. You are probably even beginning to plan any changes you plan to make to your landscape and hardscape design this year. Before you get started on your next outdoor projects, […]

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Landscape Troubleshooting: Problems With Drainage System

A beautiful landscape design can easily improve the curb appeal of your home. However, if you are unable to effectively drain excess water from your landscape, you will quickly find that even the most beautiful landscaping design can cause damage to your home and the surrounding plants. Thankfully, most drainage problems can be easily fixed […]

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The Palest Trees In The Land: Five Cool Facts About Birch Trees

Do you remember the first time you saw a birch tree? You were probably mesmerized by its white, peeling bark, which was so different from the brown-gray bark of any other tree you had ever seen. Indeed, birch trees are truly unique from other tree varieties – and not just because of their bark. Learn […]

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Creating The Flowerbed Of Your Dreams May Not Be As Tough As You Think

Creating the perfect flowerbed can sometimes be a bit challenging. With a bit of planning, achieving the flowerbed of your dreams may be possible though. Use the following guide to learn how to create a flowerbed you will be proud to come home to on a daily basis. Learn Specifics about Your Yard The first […]

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Why Landscape Enthusiasts Should Attend A Landscape Design Conference

Whether you are a landscape architecture student, professional from Weiler’s Lawn & Landscape, or just a landscape design enthusiast, you will benefit from attending a landscape design conference. In fact, conferences are just one way to get a look at innovative and popular trends in landscape design. There are symposiums, tours, and classes offered to […]

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Creating A Beautiful Landscape In A Small Backyard

Is your backyard so tiny that you think there’s nothing you can do with it besides toss a folding chair on the lawn and add a plastic pot of flowers? You couldn’t be more wrong. A lack of space doesn’t mean that you have to settle for a boring yard. Your yard can be just […]

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Create A Bird-Friendly Backyard

If you enjoy watching birds, do a little landscaping to attract a variety to your own backyard. Once a few birds find their way to your yard, the word will get out and you’ll have a steady flow of feathered visitors. Here are some tips to create your own backyard bird sanctuary. Start With the […]

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Planning A Landscape Design For Your Business? Make Sure You Avoid These Mistakes

If there’s one thing that’s easy for a business owner to underestimate, it’s an area that’s literally outside the building: landscaping. An attractive landscape design will have an impact on both your employees and your customers. Unfortunately, this is often one of the first places that a business owner chooses to try to save money, […]

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Yard Full Of Stumps? What Should You Do?

If you’ve lost a tree or two (or more) in a summer storm, you may have already finished the process of cutting up and disposing of the trunk, branches, and leaves. But removing the stump can be a trickier proposition, and you may be reluctant to tackle it for fear of tearing up your lawn […]

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Choosing The Best Ground Option Beneath A Swing Set

The kids lived up to your expectations and the playground equipment in the backyard is getting a full workout. Unfortunately, so is your lawn. The hardest hit areas are usually beneath the swings and at the foot of the slide, although the turf will eventually thin out over the entire play area. Depressions may also […]

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