A Beginner’s Guide To Growing Japanese Painted Fern

Every plant in your yard has special needs. If this is your first time planting Japanese painted ferns in your yard or garden, use the guide below to help you meet the needs of this beautiful plant: What Your Japanese Painted Ferns Will Look Like The Japanese painted fern is considered to be a very elegant fern. It can add a lot of unique color to your yard. Typically, the Japanese painted fern is predominantly a soft grayish green color, with burgundy and silver accents throughout the plant. Read More 

4 Interesting Features You Can Add to Landscaping Retaining Wall Designs

The grade and elevations of landscaping is not always plain and simple. Sometimes, retaining walls and other landscaping structures have to be used to utilize space. These walls are made of bricks, rocks and other materials, and often have a plain look. If you want to get the most out of your landscaping and make these features more attractive, a good design is essential. You may want to include things like stairs, gardens or even a water feature in the design of your retaining walls. Read More 

Learn How Trees Can Be Safely Removed From Your Property By Professionals

There are times when you will need to have trees removed from your property in order to keep your family and property safe. During a bad storm, trees can be damaged and need to be cut down so that they do not fall somewhere you do not want them to fall. When it is time to have a tree cut down, it is best to allow a professional to handle the tree removal process for you. Read More 

Four Things To Help Improve Landscape Design On Steep Elevations

If you have a home that is on elevation, such as on a hill or a mountain side, it can be difficult to get the most use out of your garden and landscaping. You may want to have things like a patio area in the backyard, water features, vegetable and flower gardens, as well as paths. Just because your home has a difficult elevation does not mean that you cannot have these things. Read More 

Cold Temperatures Damage Your Sago Palm? Why You Should Wait To Prune

If you love the look of your sago palm, you probably cringe when you hear the weatherperson say that the temperatures are about to dip below freezing. If the forecast is correct and you soon notice damage on your palm, you might think that replacing it is the only answer. If you prune the damage off, your sago will flourish once again. However, don't run out and prune it immediately because this can lead to more problems. Read More