When it comes to a good landscape, your return on investment can go beyond curb appeal. A good landscape can also help reduce your power bills throughout the year. In fact, the U.S. Department of Energy reports shade trees can save an average household between $100 and $250 in energy costs annually.
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Want to water with your WiFi? A hot landscaping tech trend to watch is irrigation systems you can control remotely from your smartphone, tablet or computer. These systems offer features such as local weather updates, so you can adjust your water schedule accordingly.
Have you ever stared at your garden and wondered, “What’s eating my plants??” Unfortunately, the downside of Georgia’s wonderful ecosystem is the number of critters that view your landscape as a buffet. Here are some handy tips on identifying what might be chewing on your landscape, and how to prevent further damage.
If your trees and shrubs aren't growing or blooming as much as you think they should, they may need a boost of nutritional fertilizer to thrive. The landscape professionals at Handy Andy Outdoors are current with the number of fertilization methods and products available on the market today, and we offer the best approach to applying the best nutrients at the ideal time for your woody plants.
The rate of evaporation, the amount of natural rainfall and our local watering restrictions are all factors that need to be taken into consideration when determining your watering schedule this Fall. However, the general rule stays the same - continue providing one inch of water every week to maintain a healthy lawn.