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Choosing Seasonal Blooms

Each species of plant has its own needs for water, light, and even the type of soil they need. Once these basics have been established,...

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Antiquing a New Garden

Homes without any landscaping tend to bring in a smaller price, so finding ways to make them more appealing is important. Any house may have...

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Mature Tree Removal

The beauty of trees in a landscape is often what helps sell a property, but there are times when they must come down. Mature tree...

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A Living Fence

Hedges have often been used as a way to mark the borders of a property, and they still function in the way in many places....

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Planning the Tree Landscaping

Change is inevitable in many parts of life, and building new houses is one where changes occur on a regular basis. The newest need is...

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It used to be that new homes included completely razing a property of all trees and bushes, but that has changed over the last few decades. No longer are new homeowners willing to accept bare lawn with little or no shade. They are interested in curb appeal and a yard that feels established. A lush home landscape is now important, and there are many options available to get it growing fast, and that can also include retaining existing greenery.

The need for established landscaping is important when inhabiting or selling a home today because many people want to feel a sense that a home is where they have settled down and grown roots. Landscaping can help accomplish that with a home of any age, and new homes should provide the same feeling. It takes many years for trees and shrubs to be properly established, but there are a few shortcuts that can help.