Not only are walkways and garden paths convenient, pathways can highlight certain landscape features while diverting attention away from imperfections.
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Like it or not, you’re not the only one living at your address. From songbirds to snakes, landscapes are also home to a variety of local wildlife. Here are tips to ensure you’re attracting the right kind of wildlife into your surroundings – and discouraging the kind that may be harmful.
The heat and humidity we experience every summer can be intense – for us, our clients and the landscapes we nurture. But do you want an insiders tip on how to create a healthy landscape that can easily withstand Georgia’s summers? The answer: landscape with plants native to this region.
In Georgia, white grubs can be spotted in early Spring – however that’s not the best time to treat for this pest. If you have a white grub infestation, treatment should be applied in June or July. Here is some handy information about these pests, including how to identify and treat these grubs.
Recirculating fountains are a manageable, eco-friendly way to add a water feature to your landscape. Whether it’s a fountain or an urn, these welcoming water features can nestle into small or large areas and make an impactful focal point.
Outdoor rooms are one of the hottest trends in landscaping, and for good reasons. Outdoor rooms designed for a specific purpose maximize your outdoor space and increase the value of your home. Are you ready to take meal prep and entertaining outside, but not sure where to start? Here are handy tips on how to design the perfect outdoor kitchen.
Hot, humid and rainy weather is common during our Georgia summers. And while your landscape may welcome the rain, the combination of high temperatures and prolonged periods of moist soil may create ideal conditions for warm season turfgrass diseases.
Summertime means sunshine and hot weather – and hopefully some rain to naturally hydrate the investment you’ve made in your landscape. But nonetheless there will be hot, dry days when homeowners will need to water their turfgrass and ornamental plants.