It might be a little too chilly to do much work in the yard at the moment but spring will be here before we know it. Are you ready?! We are! That's why we're busy planning for it. Want a few tips to help you prepare your own private paradise? Read up on how to plan your landscape.
Whether Hurricane Irma makes landfall in our area or not, hurricane season will stay hot and heavy through November 30 so it's a good idea to know what to do around your home to be sure you're safe. Either way, it looks as though the Triangle will still see quite a bit of rain and damaging winds so let's play it safe and prep your home and landscape for Irma. Here are 10 things to remember while preparing your landscape for Irma...
Your landscape doesn't have to goto shambles in the winter. No need to think it's all dead and gone. The Fall season is actually the best time to plant trees and shrubs to maximize growth and color. Take a look at just a few of our featured evergreen trees and shrubs that stay colorful all year long.
It’s cold outside and the last thing you want to do is dig around in the dirt. So why not dig around in that junk drawer, take out a pen, notebook and maybe a few lifestyle or gardening magazines? It’s time to start dreaming–dreaming about what that pretty little yard of yours could look like come spring!
The doldrums are here to stay for a while but spring will be here before we know it. If you’re thinking about a yard makeover, now is the best time to start collecting your ideas. Here are a few ways you can start: