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Crossing The Boundaries: What To Do If Property Lines Are Blurred

Everything is good in the neighborhood, and then the folks next door build a new garage on what you believe is your property. What do you do?  Actually, you have several options; and some are less painful than others. Things can be worked out, but you will need to take some sort of action. Talk Things Over If you have a good relationship with your neighbors, grab a copy of your deed and go talk to them. Read More 

Yellowing Hibiscus? 3 Reasons Why Your Hibiscus May Not Be Doing So Well

A popular species for outdoor landscapes, patios and sun rooms alike, the hibiscus is a tropical plant known for its very large, brightly colored flowers. While most people learn to grow hibiscus successfully, it is a rather delicate plant that is more susceptible to certain environmental influences than other plant species. For this reason, it may require a bit more care than other plants in your landscape.  If your hibiscus is green and producing blooms like crazy, it is healthy and happy. Read More 

4 Reasons To Invest In Professional Landscaping Services

If you haven't taken the time to consider hiring a professional team to handle your lawn care needs, now is a good time to do so. Landscapers are able to offer a variety of services that can make your lawn look much better. You can choose how often a team comes to your home to do work. Take a look at the following information to better understand the reasons as to why you should invest in landscaping services for your lawn. Read More 

How To Create A Great Looking Back Yard

Are you using these warm summer days to landscape your backyard in a brand new house or are you making changes in your existing home? Here are some things that might inspire you to create a unique and attractive backyard. Think about dividing the space into areas that will serve different purposes. The Actual Garden - Consider combining a hardscape with grass or other ground cover, as you would be using less water. Read More 

Keeping A Healthy Green Lawn During Hot, Dry Weather

Are you wondering how to keep your lawn green during the dry season? Even during a drought, there are some ways to establish and maintain a bright, solid turf. Grass is a pleasant addition to any home, and you shouldn't have to give up on it just because the weather has changed.  Choose (Or Switch To) The Right Grass All grass varieties are not made equal. Bluegrass is generally recommended for cool weather and requires regular watering, but Bermuda grass can survive a drought and harsher climate. Read More