Spring Landscaping Tips for Homeowners in Indiana

Spring Landscaping Tips for Homeowners in Indiana

Spring Landscaping in Indiana Spring has arrived in Indiana! That means it’s time to start preparing your spring landscaping for warm weather. If you’re like most homeowners, you take a lot of pride in keeping your lawn and landscaping looking great. And...
Which Type of Mulch Should I Use?

Which Type of Mulch Should I Use?

Your Guide to Mulch Thinking about using mulch to elevate your landscape? Much is a great way to improve your soil quality, slow weed growth, and make your yard look more attractive.  A single bag of mulch can cover 12 square feet, so you may consider buying in bulk...
When to Start Your Spring Landscaping Projects in Indiana

When to Start Your Spring Landscaping Projects in Indiana

Your Guide to Spring Landscaping in Indiana Springtime means beautiful weather that makes you want to spend all of your time outside. But before you grab your morning coffee or afternoon lemonade to hang out on your deck, you should consider refreshing your landscape....
3 Easier Alternatives to a Backyard Pond

3 Easier Alternatives to a Backyard Pond

Your yard needs water. Of course, if you have grass and plants, requires a nice sprinkling on a regular basis. But you also could enhance your home by using water as an aesthetic. According to HGTV, ponds, fountains, and other water features are still popular among...
Tips for Late Winter Landscaping Maintenance

Tips for Late Winter Landscaping Maintenance

  Keep Up With Your Late Winter Landscape With snow still falling and temperatures still dropping, gardening is probably the last thing on your mind (unless you consider salting the driveway landscaping). With winter ending in late March, though, there are just...
Spring Landscaping Ideas with Mulch and Stone

Spring Landscaping Ideas with Mulch and Stone

Mulch and stone are a winning combination for Spring landscaping. Mulch most likely comes to mind when you think of making your garden look pristine and pleasing to the eye. Using it to cover the soil of your flowerbeds or to fill up empty space in your yard are...