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10 Reasons to Mulch

Freshly laid mulch can provide an instant facelift for your landscape. Mulch is a type of groundcover that is placed on top of the soil. It can be used in several different areas of your yard, including flowerbeds and gardens as well as along walkways and patios. It is a highly versatile groundcover that boost… Continue reading

Caring for Your Zoysia During a Hot Summer

Summertime in Georgia can be brutal. Fortunately, between swimming pools and indoor air conditioning, we have ways to escape the days of blistering heat. Your grass is not so lucky. Can your grass survive the summer heat without turning brown or withering away? Absolutely – especially if you have a warm-season grass such as Zoysia.… Continue reading

Reasons to Invest in Drainage Control

How well is your yard draining? Do you notice patches of soggy grass or shifting mulch after a hard rain? These are signs of poor drainage. Investing in a drainage solution from a professional landscaper can offer more value than you think. There are many reasons why you should consider putting a drainage system on… Continue reading

Landscape Lighting Can Make Your Business Safer

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Is your business a safe place for others to visit? While you may have taken extra measures to prevent injury inside your building, you are also liable for the outside premises or property that surrounds your building. This includes your commercial landscape. We know that an attractive and well-manicured landscape reflects positively on your business,… Continue reading

Controlling Backyard Mosquitoes


Whether it is a game of family cornhole or a casual neighborhood barbeque, the warmer temperatures provide a welcome invitation for Georgians to spend more time outdoors. Unfortunately, pesky mosquitoes are also waiting to make their debut and won’t die off until the temperatures get drastically cooler again. In the meantime, it is important to… Continue reading

Will You Be Ready When Your Lawn Wakes Up?

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While it may seem like the cold temperatures will never end, winter is just weeks away from making its exit. Next month, your Georgia lawns may begin to “wake up” from its winter slumber. You’ll need to be prepared to get moving on your lawn care to ensure you give your grass every opportunity to… Continue reading

Are Privacy Trees Right for You?


Need a little more privacy in your backyard when the kids are outside playing? Does the view of headlights and street traffic ruin your front porch experience? You are not alone. Unless you live on multiple acres of land, most homeowners struggle to find enough privacy for their outdoor space. However, you don’t have to… Continue reading

Pine Straw for Cold Weather Protection


Both bark mulch and pine straw provide a host of benefits for your landscaping. They help regulate soil temperature and extend the time between waterings by slowing down evaporation. Beyond this, they both have very distinct properties. In some situations, bark mulch may be the appropriate solution. But if you have never considered pine straw,… Continue reading

Now Is the Best Time to Plan Your Landscaping Project


When the temperatures drop, it may seem like it will take forever for your flowers to reappear. If you don’t like the cooler weather, why not spend your time inside planning your next landscaping upgrade? With early planning, you will be able to get a jumpstart in the spring. This means by the time summer… Continue reading

Extend the Seasons with an Outdoor Fireplace

outdoor fireplace

One of the most popular home renovations is taking place outside. Creating outdoor rooms increases valuable living space and provides a multi-season oasis for family and friends. Budgeting for an outdoor fireplace allows you to extend the seasons in all but the most frigid of conditions. You can get an early jump on spring and… Continue reading

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