Sod: Green All Summer

Posted on 04/19/13 No Comments

In the South (including North Carolina), we seed our lawn in the autumn. But Spring is the perfect time of year to plant a sod lawn and enjoy a green yard all summer long.

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Before & After in the Garden

Posted on 03/26/13 1 Comment

One of the most satisfying aspects of landscaping is the “Before & After.” Here are two examples of recent projects that highlight the difference landscaping can make to a property.

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An Introduction to Hardscapes

Posted on 03/01/13 No Comments

Maybe you’re contemplating a patio, sidewalk or retaining wall. They’ll all hardscapes. In this post, I’ll tell you a basic introduction to hardscapes for home gardens.

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What’s a Dry Creek?

Posted on 02/13/13 No Comments

It sounds like a contradiction in terms: Dry Creek. But, in fact, a dry creek is a landscape installation with rocks that aids drainage in problem areas and can improve the overall esthetic of your garden.

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Creating a Landscape Design

Posted on 02/01/13 No Comments

Want a soothing a beautiful garden, but don’t know where to start? Get a landscape design!

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Spring Gardening Guide to Mulch

Posted on 01/27/13 No Comments

Cary, NC – We may have had an ice storm last Friday, but it will be 75° F this week. Spring is around the corner in the Triangle. First item of business in the garden for 2013: Know Your Mulch.

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