A Guide to the Different Kinds of Turf for Your Landscape

A vibrant, green lawn offers many benefits like increased property value, healthier air quality, and a beautiful outdoor space for family and friends. However, selecting the right kind of turf for your lawn can be a challenge with so many different types to choose from. Whether you're looking for a low-maintenance option or a soft surface for the kids to play on, keep reading to learn about the different types of turf you can install in your yard.

How To Get Your Yard Clean For Fall, Along With Leaf And Twig Removal

Raking leaves can be a backbreaking experience – or at least it can feel that way. Did you know that there are several ways to make the leaves cleanup easier? You can save yourself time, effort, and even some money by learning how to properly clean your yard this fall. Blowing Leaves  The first thing that needs to be completed when getting your yard clean for fall is blowing the leaves off of your lawn or driveway.

2 Ways A Professional Service Can Help Keep Your Lawn Green And Healthy

When you consider hiring a service to take care of your lawn, you may mostly think about it as a way to keep your grass mowed so that you do not have to deal with it. However, they will do more for your landscape than simply running a lawnmower over the grass. For example, they will mow your lawn and keep it manicured at the right height and intervals based on the time of year and the amount of moisture in the soil that affects the growth of the grass.

5 Things To Do Before Overseeding Your Lawn

Generally, late summer and fall is the time to think about overseeding your lawn. If you have areas that are patchy, not as green as you like, or otherwise suffering, then overlaying the lawn with fresh seed provides an easy option for rejuvenating the lawn.  1.  Open Up the Soil Compacted soil or soil covered in a heavy thatch layer of dead organic material doesn't allow for satisfactory seed germination. Before overseeding, the lawn needs to be dethatched using a dethatching rake to pull up the buildup of dead grass and other debris.

An Edible Landscape - Fruit Tree Selection, Placement, And Care Strategies

Use fruit-bearing trees to create an edible landscape. Purchase standard or dwarf-sized tree species, then prepare a harvesting and maintenance schedule. Tree Species Standard-sized fruit trees will need to be planted directly on your property. A mature fruit tree may take up a considerable amount of space. Standard-sized fruit trees have the ability to provide ample shade. The abundance of sweet-scented blooms and plentiful amounts of fruit make standard fruit trees a popular choice for property owners who have large tracts of land available for planting purposes.