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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...

Fall lawn care continued –

Lawn care tips (continued from ARA) In addition to raking to keep the yard clear of leaves, dethatching can prevent a buildup of above-ground roots that can be a detriment to soil health. Aerating in the...

Tip Of The Day

TIP OF THE DAY  (from National Gardening Association) Prune Summer Flowers Flowers such as vinca and dahlia can benefit from a mid-summer pruning to stimulate more flowers for fall. Cut back to a side branch, water well,...

How Can Plants Survive Drought? Plants react to drought by conserving the water they have. Grass is a good example to explain this. During a drought, you will notice that the grass turns yellow and crispy....

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Front Walk

  After removing the old ugly concrete pad Construction begins For a new paver entrance ...

Plant something and be a part of the magic. click here thank you TED.com for such beautiful photography....

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