If I had to pick a favorite month as a gardener, it would be May. It is the time of year when our world in the Pacific Northwest is bursting with buds; fat, round, enthusiastic flowers in waiting. Their breaking into bloom is the signal to dust off spirts suffocated by winter coats and open … Read moreThe Queen of Months by Beth Weir
The art of bonsai is rooted in patience and harmony … a practice that entails contemplation and lots of decision-making along the way. Those decisions must be made from both a horticultural standpoint and an aesthetic standpoint in order to achieve the true goal of bonsai: nurturing and training a tree in a container to … Read moreBirth of a Bonsai
Landscape lighting is not for the faint of heart. It’s a project that requires an eye for design, and understanding of proper lighting and the motivation to get the job done the right way – the first time. You might be thinking, “I can do this myself. I don’t need a professional to install a … Read moreHow Landscape Lighting Can Make Your Home Look More Beautiful and Safe Throughout the Year
While factors that affect the health and beauty of your lawn such as inclement weather or soil type can be hard to control, others are treatable and preventable given the right resources and advice, including rodent lawn damage. Read on for some valuable tips and tricks from the experts at The Grounds Guys® that can … Read moreKeeping Rodents & More Out of Your Lawn
Backyard Waterfalls Complement Other Water Features Backyard waterfalls, when artfully done, can transform the way you experience the outdoor environment of your home. Aside from the obvious visual appeal, the sound of a waterfall creates a refreshing ambiance, one that is immediately pleasing and calming. Waterfalls can be multi-leveled with multiple drops, or they can … Read moreHOW BACKYARD WATERFALLS BRING BALANCE TO A LANDSCAPE DESIGN
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