Changes In Latitude Or Changes In Attitude – 5 Steps To Designing A Key West Style Garden Anywhere

26 October 2016
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Whether you're buying a home in the Florida Keys or you just want to feel like you live there, you can create a backyard haven in any size yard or environment. Here are 5 tips for designing your own Key West bungalow garden at home. Keep it Small. Most traditional Key West homes aren't very large -- and neither are their yards. This can be a good thing for those who want to emulate the island style, because it doesn't require as much time, space, or care to design. Read More 

How To Properly Remove Weeds From Between Pavers

28 September 2016
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Pavers are a popular hardscaping option that allow you to customize your paved surface to a greater degree than traditional asphalt paving does. However, because pavers are small pieces of natural stone or concrete that are fitted together, weeds can sometimes begin to grow up between them, causing the flat surface of your pavers to become disrupted. Re-leveling your pavers is a complex and expensive task, and so there are a few things that you can do to remove the weeds before they cause damage to your pavers. Read More 

Three Tips For Getting Rid Of Stumps

31 August 2016
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When you have a pesky stump on your property, you will need to do everything that you can to remove it quickly and conveniently. The tips below will provide you some great methods to try out when you want to get rid of your stump on your terms. Follow these points to the best of your ability, and don't hesitate to get in touch with a professional for further assistance.  Read More 

Remember These Tips To Help Prolong The Life Of Your Artificial Turf

7 August 2016
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Having your natural lawn ripped up and artificial turf laid in its place is an ideal investment if you don't want to spend part of your weekend moving the lawn and performing other duties. Artificial turf gives you a smooth lawn that looks pristine 365 days out of the year. While you can expect the turf to last for a long time — the exact duration depends on the style of turf — there are a number of different things that you can do to prolong its life so that it stays in pristine shape for years to come. Read More 

Tree Diseases That Can Damage Your Red Pine Tree

28 July 2016
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The red pine tree is a tall, narrow tree filled with dark green needles and bark that starts as a gray-brown at the base of the tree but turns orange-red towards the top of the tree. A red pine tree self-prunes, which means the tree sheds off unhealthy branches and needles on its own. This self-help nature makes the red pine a great ornamental tree for those who don't want to put in a lot of pruning effort. Read More