Have you been toiling over problems with soil? Have a shady region of the yard where you just can’t keep plants alive? Are you enticed by the possibility of having frogs, fish, and lily pads as part of your garden? A water garden might be just what you need.
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It’s time for me to let you in on a little secret…I’m not a landscaping or gardening expert! I’m learning this along with you guys! For example, prior to starting YardShare, I had no idea what a “zone” was. Thank goodness a few of you have patiently explained it to me.
One of the items on my pre-summer to do list is to sand and oil our teak patio furniture. We’ve had this set for 4 years now and this is the third time I’ve done it. For those thinking about purchasing outdoor teak furniture, let me lay out the pros and cons for you…
There are just too many flowers that help other plants – companion plants, we call them. Either that, or these columns are too short. In any case, I find myself compelled to write about some more helpful flowers that are wonderful companions to their friends.
Sunrooms occupy the no man’s land between the indoors and outdoors – and they can wreck your landscaping if you don’t watch out! The room itself may be architecturally stunning and add square footage and value to your home. But, since it is tacked on to your existing house, the surrounding landscape…
In our last article on outdoor kitchen construction, we explored the ins and outs of framing a BBQ island. Whether you opt for concrete block or steel studs for your island’s inner framework, the outer skin that you use to cover that skeleton is what makes the difference in your finished landscape. I hope you love this article