Hire a Landscaping Service for These Hardscape Projects

When it comes to designing the backyard of your dreams, you’ll likely want your backyard to have a pleasant blend of natural elements and hardscape. The latter term, which describes human-made elements, can really make your backyard sanctuary pop. As you put together some ideas, you’ll face the decision of tackling some projects on your own or hiring a landscaping service to handle the work.…

3 Landscaping Tips When Helping Your Retired Parents Spruce Up Their Front Yard

If you’ve been asked to help your retired parents with landscaping or you’re offering your help due to the desire to help improve their day-to-day life and are concerned about them overexerting themselves, consider some of the following landscaping tips. By getting started with the right tips in mind, you can make sure that your parents have a front yard that they can be proud of in the years to come and that you won’t need to worry about them overdoing it when it comes to their landscaping.…

How To Build A Landscape Block Retaining Wall

Retaining walls are gorgeous and will compliment any yard (back or front). They are a great way to highlight a garden, add dimension to a flat yard, or to help get rid of a slope in your yard. Adding a retaining wall to your yard can be done yourself, but it needs to be done properly in order to prevent your wall from falling, moving or crumbling.…

Tips For Trimming And Shaping Your Cottonwood Tree

Cottonwood trees are popular with homeowners because of their relatively quick growth when compared to other tree species that grow in the same climate, such as cedar, mulberry, and oak trees. However, all of their quick growth comes with the added requirement of trimming away the excess branches each year and shaping the tree before the upper branches become too high and out of the reach of your pole saw. 

Follow these tips to keep your property’s cottonwood trees healthy and looking wonderful for decades to come:

Prune Cottonwood Trees in the Late Winter

Always prune your cottonwood trees during their dormant season near the end of winter.…