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Earth’s volcano timelapse

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and...

Back Yard Sanctuary

  (BPT) - Coming home from a long work day to a place of peace, quiet, relaxation and even harmony is a dream for many homeowners. And by creating an outdoor sanctuary in the backyard, this...

Got cones? Bagworms

A customer once told me they thought those little brown things on their Leyland Cypress trees were “pine cones”.  I ask, have you ever seen pine cones crawling up and down the tree limbs?  Have...

So You Want to Plant a Tree

  Some things to think about: What might you like?  How does it grow?  Disease resistant?  Preferred micro-climate? 1. Where to plant?  Too often trees and shrubs are planted too close to foundations and building.  Consider the...

Simple, but nice....

So You Want to Build a Patio?

Where would you like to put it?  Would you like walls or benches? A fire pit or stove? Let’s address the terrain and the dimensions: Depending upon dry-set or masonry construction we will need a good...

Tips for Winterizing Your Lawn Equipment

1.  Remove or stabilize the gas: stored fuel can break down over the winter months and damage the engine. •  The easiest way to remove unused gas is to start the engine and let it idle until the fuel runs out. •  Another way...

Water Before Winter

Late fall is a critical time to take care of your trees and shrubs, especially those you just planted this past summer. Though the trees are not growing above the ground, the roots below are...

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