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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
At their healthiest, trees can provide shade, beauty and extra wildlife on your property. Unfortunately, when trees are compromised in health, they can be a real danger to your family and your home. It is important to know how to recognize when a tree needs emergency tree removal.
Knowing When a Tree Needs to Go
It is not always easy to detect a tree that needs to be removed on your property. However, here are some basic warning signs that can let you know a tree is at risk for falling and injuring something or someone below. continue reading
We can’t think of a better time than now to invest in an outdoor fire pit. Not only does the winter season create an ideal chance to complete any hardscape project completed, but you can start using your fire pit right away as the temperatures stay low.
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