Landscaping your commercial location is something that is very important and shouldn’t be overlooked. A landscape design that is well done can make your commercial location look complete and can attract even more customers. Because of this, you want to make sure that you create a design that is both aesthetically pleasing and completely functional. … Read moreWhy You Should Incorporate Trees Into Your Commercial Landscaping
If you live in or around Collin County, it’s not hard to sell your house. But if you’re trying to sell it at the right price or you’re in a hurry to secure a reasonable price, there are several ways to increase your home’s curb appeal without making a large investment. One of the best … Read more3 Landscaping Tips to Sell Your House Faster
Transplanting always does temporary damage to plants and sometimes even kills them. However, your shrubs can survive transplanting – and go on to thrive – if you follow some simple guidelines. Timing Choosing the right time is one key to your shrub’s survival. Late winter or spring is the best time for transplanting because rapid … Read moreHow to Help Your Shrubs Survive Transplanting
Evergreens cover nearly one-sixth of the world’s land. In addition to North and South America, they grow in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. The facts below highlight some of the benefits these plants offer and the highly significant role they play in the ecosystem: 1. Many people think of pines when they hear the word … Read moreFive Interesting Facts About Evergreen Trees
Good, fast-growing privacy trees provide precisely that: privacy. You can add them along your fence, the border between your property’s and your neighbors, and even along one side of your fence to guarantee your privacy. But fast-growing evergreens and hedges can do more than provide privacy. They can also: Keep your yard and lawn green … Read more3 Reasons to Plant Privacy Trees on Your Property Besides Privacy
Landscaping is a delicate balancing act between decoration and structural integrity. Flowers and hedges that give bursts of color every year need the irrigation to keep the plants alive. Big trees have to shield your house from the summer sun but also grow the right way so their roots don’t destroy your foundation. Even ornamental trees … Read moreHow to Lock Down Your Soil with Ornamental Trees
Fall is here. That means it’s time to start thinking about getting your yard ready for autumn and the lead-up to winter. No matter what type of trees you have, trimming them will almost certainly be on your to-do list. But should you wait, or should you do it now? Are the branches about to … Read moreShould You Trim Your Trees Now, or Should You Wait?
Covering your whole lawn in privacy hedges and trees isn’t always a good idea. In fact, having the wrong sort of hedges near your front door can encourage package theft and trespassing rather than keep your home safe. If you want to make your landscaping part of your home’s security, add privacy trees and hedges … Read moreThe 3 Best Places for Privacy Trees and Hedges at Home
In a place as hot as Dallas, Texas, shade trees are as precious as air conditioning. But even so, it is easy to take our leafy guardians for granted until they get sick. When they do get sick, some diseases like the hypoxylon canker spread with the ruthlessness of a medieval plague. Healthy Trees Don’t … Read moreTree Health: Nipping Disease in the Bud
When most of us think about landscaping, we tend to picture the springtime. The ground is freshly thawed, all the plants are coming back into bloom, and it seems like everything is growing. Not only that, but as the old saying goes, April showers bring May flowers, so what better time could there possibly be … Read moreDid You Know Fall is a Great Time To Plant Trees?