Exploring Landscape Setups

Exploring Landscape Setups

  • Get Your Lawn Ready for Summer: Lush, Green Grass Starts With Seeding and Fertilizing

    When you want a lush, green lawn that is the envy of the neighborhood, it's important to follow a step program to get your lawn growing strong. In the spring, you'll start with a fertilizer and seeding. During the summer, you'll use products that reduce grubs. You'll also want to make sure that your grass gets plenty of water so it grows. In the fall, it will be time for another seeding.

  • Want Your Patio To Be A Comfortable Place For Your Dog? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

    Taking good care of your dog requires letting them outside to get fresh air and exercise every day. While you will likely be taking them on longer walks regularly, it can also be a nice change of pace to have an area right outside your home to let them out. A great way to make your yard more enjoyable for your dog is to design a patio with them in mind.

  • How To Protect Your Lawn Mower During The Winter Months

    In the landscaping business, your equipment is extremely important. It helps you to complete jobs and make money. For these reasons, you have to keep your lawn equipment in working condition. The actual labor are not the only things that affect the efficiency of your equipment. Read on to find out how to protect your lawn mower during the winter months. Get An End Of The Summer Tune Up Gas-powered trimmers and lawn mowers are some of the equipment that take a beating during the summer months.

  • How To Move A Tree Without Hurting It

    Trees can be a wonderful addition to a yard, but sometimes circumstances arise where you can no longer keep them where they stand. If you have a tall or large tree that you need to move, you'll be glad to know that it is a possibility. However, it's important to follow a certain series of steps in order to move your tree while reducing the risk of harm to it. Read on to learn what these steps and how to follow them.

  • Attractive Xeriscaping For A Mission-Style Home

    Xeriscaping consists of landscaping carefully planned to be sustainable while looking great. This style isn't just about minimal landscaping – in fact, landscaping and hardscaping are often necessary to prevent soil erosion. Rather, xeriscaping is about creating a yard that thrives in its natural environment. Mission-style homes often feature Southwest landscaping, which blends beautifully with xeriscaping. Plan a xeric Southwest garden to complement your mission-style home. Cacti and Succulents When you think of a Southwest garden, you probably imagine cacti and succulents.

About Me

Exploring Landscape Setups

Hello, I am Manny Juanez. When I moved into my home, I instantly started to plan out my landscape features. I knew that I wanted a small waterfall leading to a pond for my fish. I also wanted to create a few raised beds around the sitting area by the pond. What I didn't know, however, was that the project would take a lot of manpower and a bit of professional help. My site will explore the process from grading the land to setting up the electrical components. I will also talk about building the garden beds with pavers and other found materials. The information I provide should help you create a beautiful layout in your back or front yards. Come back to my site whenever you need some inspiration.