Yearly Archives: 2020

Inviting Ideas for Landscaping in Shared Community Spaces

By |2020-12-03T10:28:20-08:00December 31st, 2020|Blog|

Landscaping Shared Community Spaces Although the fundamentals may be the same, landscaping a community space that is shared by different people and families is more challenging than landscaping a space that is totally your own. Yet, the key to creating a community is making sure that you are inviting people in and that everyone can

Backyard Items: What Furniture Should You UV Protect?

By |2020-12-03T10:27:15-08:00December 30th, 2020|Blog|

UV Protect These Things in Your Yard One of the most important things a homeowner must do is keep their home looking great. That same idea should be followed to the items within and outside of the home. This is especially true for the various backyard items that people add to their homes. The culprit

Landscape Decor Tips To Improve the Side of Your Home

By |2020-12-03T10:26:10-08:00December 29th, 2020|Blog|

Side Landscape Decor Ideas for Your Las Vegas Home It's easy to forget about the side of your home. After all, it's often the front and back exterior spaces that get the most attention when it comes to landscaping. But even if what's nestled alongside your home isn't much of a "yard," there are some

How to Work With Your Neighbor to Coordinate Front Yard Design

By |2020-12-03T10:25:01-08:00December 24th, 2020|Blog|

Coordinating Front Yard Design With Your Neighbor From new landscape features to updates with plants and other elements, there are many things to consider when exploring your front yard design options. At the same time, it's a good idea to work with your neighbor to avoid unintended issues, especially if you are part of a

Create a Thriving and Environmentally Friendly Yard With Green Design

By |2020-12-03T10:24:23-08:00December 22nd, 2020|Blog|

Local, Native and Low-Impact: The Hallmarks of Green Design Green landscape design uses locally sourced, native plants and materials to reduce the cost and environmental impact of transporting materials. Green landscaping also reduces the cost and environmental impact of caring for the landscape and enhances the local environment. Green design landscapes are already adapted to

Yard Additions: Learn About Your No-Maintenance Options

By |2020-12-03T10:23:42-08:00December 17th, 2020|Blog|

The Best No-Maintenance Yard Elements A home's yard provides us with an area that makes us feel welcomed each and every time we come home from work or school. In addition, it can even increase the value of your property due to an improvement in its landscape. However, adding elements to your yard that requires

Learn About Easy Plants for Beginners That Thrive on Neglect

By |2020-12-03T10:23:04-08:00December 16th, 2020|Blog|

Easy Plants to Consider for Your Vegas Landscape Are you cursed with a "brown thumb" or simply too busy with other tasks on your to-do list to worry about tending to living landscape elements? Not to worry! There are a lot of variations with plants when it comes to upkeep and care requirements that can

Tips on How to Determine How Much Shade Is Ideal for Your Yard

By |2020-12-03T10:22:31-08:00December 15th, 2020|Blog|

How Much Shade Does My Yard Really Need? One of the important areas for a homeowner is their yard. However, even after you've planted the right soil and laid out the best grass, there is something not right about your yard. The fact is that even with the best materials in place, you may also

How You Can Save Energy and Money by Using Shade Landscaping

By |2020-12-03T10:22:03-08:00December 10th, 2020|Blog|

How to Save Energy and Reduce Your Bills With Shade If you have a green thumb and are looking to save energy on your monthly bills, shade landscaping is a great way to go. You can create a beautiful outdoor oasis your entire family will enjoy and save money at the same time. Here are

Learn About Irrigation Tips You Need for Healthy Plants

By |2020-12-03T10:16:59-08:00December 8th, 2020|Blog|

4 Grey Water Irrigation Tips for Healthy Plants Grey water is gently used water from your personal kitchen sinks, bathroom sinks, washer, bathtub, etc. that has not come into contact with any human feces. While grey water can contain traces of household cleaners, dirt, or grease, it can be recycled for use on healthy plants.

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