Archive for the ‘ Outdoor Living ’ Category

  • Hosting a Great Memorial Day Party

    Hosting a Great Memorial Day Party The Keys to Hosting a Great Memorial Day Party At this point, most of us are of gearing up for the long weekend ahead.  Whether you’re heading out of town or planning to stay… Read More

  • Keep the Bugs at Bay

    Now that it’s finally starting to warm up, it’s time to break in your newly installed outdoor entertaining space.  Unfortunately, you and your guests aren’t the only ones enjoying the weather.  If you’re outside, chances are—so are the bugs.  Nothing… Read More

  • Time for Tree Removal

    Time for Tree Removal How to Tell When it’s Time for Tree Removal How to Tell When it’s Time for Tree Removal Mature trees are a key feature to any landscape. Not only do they contribute to the look of… Read More

  • Top Uses for Backyard Gazebo

    Do you love spending time outdoors? Do you love architecture and want to see your backyard have more use? If you’ve found yourself answering yes, then consider having a gazebo built for your home. Besides being a beautiful addition to… Read More

  • Ways To Use Daylight Savings Time

      Ways To Use Daylight Savings Time Three Ways To Use Daylight Savings Time To Your Advantage Daylight saving time can cause some lifestyle changes but there ways to use daylight savings time to your advantage. The modern version of… Read More

  • Easy DIY Outdoor Updates

    Making the effort to ensure your home is clean and well-maintained all year long can seem like an overwhelming task. Regular upkeep, not to mention updates and improvements, can really take it out of you if you let things pile… Read More

  • Winning The War: Killing Weeds The Natural, Non-Toxic Way

    You finally did it – your grass is cut, your flowerbeds are planted and mulched, you’ve trimmed the hedges and cleaned out the fish pond. You overcame torrential downpours and scorching sun. Literal tons of organic fertilizer, natural hardwood mulch,… Read More

  • Getting Creative With Fencing

    If you try to picture a fence in your head, a few different things probably come to mind. Rustic farm fences along rolling green pastures, clean-cut privacy fences in suburban developments, and antique wrought iron in historic neighborhoods… there are… Read More

  • Plants To Avoid

    Plants To Avoid Don’t Touch That: A Basic Gardener’s Guide of Plants To Avoid If you plan to spend time working on your lawn or in your garden this summer you must know what plants to avoid. You are probably… Read More

  • Summer Garden Planting Guide

    If you have ever planted a garden before, you’ve probably noticed that some of your plants did better than others over the course of the growing season. There are tons of factors that can impact your ability to build a… Read More

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