Monthly Archives: November 2013


Rainwater Harvesting

In a world of continuous resource shortages rainwater harvesting is an option that home and business owners should consider. Roughly 36 states have been faced with a deficiency while demand continues to escalate. It is necessary for more and more … Continue reading

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Soil Amendment

If a planting area isn’t capable of supporting landscaping, a soil amendment may be needed to enhance its properties. These materials can be organic or synthetic. They can improve the ground’s aeration, drainage, nutrition and available root depth. Unlike mulch, … Continue reading

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Waterfalls

Waterfalls add a sense of tranquility and beauty to any landscape. While the design installed is dependent on the pre-existing look and available space, there is a variety of styles to consider. Brick work and plant life are typical components … Continue reading

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