Archive for the ‘Landscape Design’ Category
When planting flowers in your landscape, you have two main choices: annuals and perennials. While annual flowers are those that last just one season, perennial flower varieties are designed to bloom year after year. You may notice your perennials die into the ground during the winter, but you can expect new growth again when spring arrives. Perennials can certainly give you maximum enjoyment for your investment, but there are other valued advantages of choosing this type of flower for your Georgia garden. continue reading
If you are a business owner, don’t dismiss the importance of commercial landscaping. The appearance of your outdoor space can be the first impression that your patrons, clients or customers receive about your company. Since your business likely operates all year long, it is critical that you tend to your landscape through all seasons of the year. When it comes to winter, you don’t have to relinquish your desire for an attractive landscape. Here are some things to consider to prepare and protect your business landscape as the temperatures drop: continue reading
Installing a patio in your yard adds functional and usable space to your backyard while also increasing your property value and outdoor appeal. Patios come in all shapes and sizes, but one of the most important decisions about this hardscape addition is the material that is used to create it. Flagstone and concrete pavers are the two most popular choices for outdoor patio installations. Here is some help in determining which one is best for your home project: continue reading
When it comes to the colors of an autumn landscape, we often think of the deep reds, oranges and browns that the changing leaves offer during this season. What you may not know, however, is that there are other vibrant colors that you can bring to your fall landscape. Just because your summer flower bed is not in full bloom or your grass is no longer a luscious green, doesn’t mean you must solely rely on the autumn leaves for color in your yard this season.
There are some trusted fall flowers that can offer eye-catching colors to your landscape while staying durable and hardy during the cooling weather.
Many Georgia families are still spending a lot of time at home. Whether your kids are doing virtual school or you are working remotely, the extra time at your house can be a great opportunity to expand your landscape. In fact, if you’ve always wanted a small garden on your property but never had the time to commit to it, now could be the perfect chance. A fall garden can bring cheap food to your dinner table as well as give your children an educational lesson in growing food and sustainability. continue reading