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Core Aeration Cures Rainy Season Woes

With the hot months of summer behind us, it’s time for homeowners to turn their attention to what’s shaping up to be a very wet autumn. Yards with underlying soil compaction issues, impenetrable grass or serious thatch accumulation can see poor drainage and sickly...
What Can I Do with Fieldstones?

What Can I Do with Fieldstones?

When we are doing landscaping projects, we learn a lot of new terms. One of them may be fieldstones. What even are fieldstones? Stones that come from fields? Well, you’d be partially correct. Fieldstones are naturally occurring rocks that are originally found near the...
Composting Brings Life Back in Your Soil

Composting Brings Life Back in Your Soil

Are you interested in giving your landscaping or garden new life? Compost literally does just that.  Not only will it rejuvenate soil with a dose of nutrients but compost also brings beneficial bacteria and fungi back into your garden beds or orchards, jump starting...
Three Lawn Alternatives That Are Better Than Grass

Three Lawn Alternatives That Are Better Than Grass

With the right landscaping, Americans may never have to mow their grass again. Of course, that means considerably less time devoted to sweaty manual labor — and it means less fertilizer, less water, and a vastly more sustainable lawn. What’s the secret?...
A Head-Turning Lawn with Organic Topsoil

A Head-Turning Lawn with Organic Topsoil

Don’t celebrate yet, but it seems spring is finally here! After the winter we endured, it’s especially important now to give your lawn TLC to ensure lush and healthy growth in the next few weeks. Organic topsoil is one of the most important steps in this...