Posts Tagged: landscaping

5 Tips for a Low-Effort Landscape Design

Traditionally, relaxing in a beautiful yard is one of the best ways to end a long workday or a hectic workweek. However, in this turbulent times of global pandemics, those lucky enough to have gardens and outdoor spaces rely on them as personal sanctuaries more than ever. Not everyone has a lot of time or effort to invest in creating or maintaining a beautiful yard, however. The good news is that there are several tips homeowners can utilize to create a beautiful ... Read more

How to Clear an Overgrown Yard Efficiently

(Image Credit: Have Dumptruck, Will Travel) Sometimes people buy a house for such a great price that they’re willing to invest time and resources into fixing it up. This goes for the yard as much as anything else. Perhaps the house is perfect, but the yard looks like it hasn’t seen a lawnmower or a brush clipper in years. The grass is too tall, the bushes are overgrown, and there seems to be more weeds than lawn. Another possible scenario is that a ... Read more

How to Design a Golf Course in Your Backyard in 5 Steps

Golf is a classic game designed for you to spend time outdoors in a moderately peaceful manner. This is why it is perfect for your children as it is a compromise between what you want them to do which is calm down and act as adults, and what they want to do which is run around. The following 5 steps will help you create a unique playground in your backyard. Involve your children Your children will eagerly take on this project and you ... Read more

Build Home Equity with Retaining Walls and Terracing

Retaining walls and terraces have been an essential part of land cultivation since antiquity. Today, installing retaining walls and terraces allows homeowners to landscape otherwise unusable land or uneven terrain for a variety of purposes. If you have a slope on your property, you should consider the benefits of retaining walls and terraces. Stop Soil Erosion During periods of rain, you may find that your slope becomes a muddy mess that involves soil erosion. You can keep this soil in place by installing ... Read more