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DIY Drainage solutions

DIY Drainage solutions

Looking to save some money by building your yard’s drainage yourself? It’s a big project, but doable if you get your landscaping supplies delivered right to your driveway! DIY Drainage Project #1: French Drains Installing French drains either at one spot...
How Much Mulch Do I Need?

How Much Mulch Do I Need?

It’s a questions we get asked all the time: How much mulch do I need? Well first, what is the purpose of mulching a garden?  What’s the project? First of all, when planting a garden, it’s best to plant into a layer of nutritious topsoil. Many people use...
How Do You Use Topsoil?

How Do You Use Topsoil?

How often do you think about your yard’s topsoil? Whether it’s a regular concern for you or merely a passing thought, the health of your topsoil is crucial to the appearance of your landscape. If your topsoil has diminished due to construction around your...
Wet Firewood vs. Seasoned Firewood

Wet Firewood vs. Seasoned Firewood

Wet firewood and seasoned firewood are commonly mistaken for one another. We hope to clear up any misunderstandings folks may have when it comes to these two different stages of wood. Any firewood that contains a 25 moisture rating or above (measured with a moisture...
Landscaping with Pea Stone

Landscaping with Pea Stone

Pea stone is used for more do-it-yourself projects this time of year than any other. It is visually pleasing, easy to transport and spread and does not cost a lot of money.  There are many color and texture options available, so take advantage of your landscape by...