Exploring Lawn Care Procedures and Equipment

Using Mulch To Improve Your Landscaping

Black landscaping mulch can be an addition that may help your yard in a number of different ways. However, you might not be as willing to invest the time and money into placing this mulch around your property if you have not given much thought to how this mulch can benefit your yard. Rich Colors Using black mulch can be an excellent way of adding rich colors to your property. This will allow for adding highlights and better definition to your landscaping design. Read More 

Tips To Protect Your Topsoil During The Fall And Winter

The colder months of the year can cause problems for the topsoil in your garden or yard. If you want to make it through to next spring with your soil still in solid shape, there are some steps you can take now that might help prevent soil erosion and other negative effects caused by Mother Nature during the most dreary months of the year. Add Mulch If you want to protect your topsoil, you'll need to do what you can to limit its exposure to the frozen elements. Read More 

4 Ways To Use Sand And Gravel As An Alternative To Grass For Ground Coverings

The conventional ground covering used in landscaping is grass turf and other living materials, which can be difficult to maintain. Rather than conventional grass, you may be considering some of the alternatives like gravel and sand. The following sand and gravel solutions will help you replace grass with an attractive ground cover. 1. Create Natural-Looking Pools and Ponds with a Sandy Beach Area If you have water features, pools or ponds with aquatic gardens, you want them to have natural and attractive designs. Read More 

How To Entertain In Your Backyard At Night

If you like the idea of entertaining in your backyard at night, then it is important that you have the area set up properly. You don't want to throw a picnic table outside in the dark and try and have a nice meal with just the ambient light from your house illuminating the space. That won't work too well. And if you do happen to have a rear light on your house, you need to be careful about using that as it can be too bright and intrusive. Read More 

3 Tips To Reduce The Time It Takes To Mow Your Lawn

If you are a person who dreads getting outside and mowing your lawn, you might be wondering if there are ways to make the job go a little faster. Luckily, there are. Consider these three tips to reduce the amount of time that you spend cutting grass. 1. Buy a Better Lawn Mower Truthfully, the lawn mower that you have can make a big difference in how much time it takes to cut your grass. Read More