Plan Your 2020 Landscape Now

Is your summer garden dwindling away? For example, are the caladiums losing new leaves every day? Maybe even all of your flowers are starting to fade. The end of summer often brings a bit of melancholy with it, doesn't it? If you're feeling a bit blue about summer's end, that might be partially due to the fact that you won't get to do a lot of gardening for awhile.  However, that doesn't mean that you can't plan your 2020 landscape, does it? [Read More]

3 Reasons To Have Your Trees Checked By A Professional Before Winter

Having your trees regularly examined is so important for making sure that they stay in great shape even with the changing of seasons. With winter arriving soon, it's a good idea to look into whether your trees need any extra care in order for them to be in the best condition. Instead of simply hoping that your trees stay healthy and strong throughout winter, you need to look into whether bringing a professional to take care of tree maintenance can help you feel much more secure about how your trees will do during the winter. [Read More]

Live In A Mild Climate? 4 Reasons To Install An Irrigation System

Owning a home and living in an area with a mild climate means that you do not have to worry about drastic temperatures during winter or summer. So, while other parts of the country need to winterize their yards to prepare for snow, you may get to enjoy healthy plants all year long. If you want to make it easier to maintain your landscape, you should hire a company to install an irrigation system in the front yard and backyard for maximum coverage. [Read More]

3 Tips For Integrating A Drip Irrigation System Into Your Garden

Drip irrigation is not just for farmers; many homeowners who have small or large gardens can benefit from this watering system. When choosing drip irrigation, there are certain factors you need to consider to have the right system for your garden. Use Zoning Zoning your system means different irrigation lines service different areas of your garden. This is ideal if you have a variety of plants with different watering needs. You can set each irrigation system independently so they have a faster or slower flow rate. [Read More]