Archive for the ‘Landscaping’ Category

Turn Your Garden into an Art Gallery

September 14, 2009 in Landscaping

Outdoor garden pots with built-in lighting How cool are these? I love the whole concept. The lit garden pots can be used to warm up your landscape or mark a garden path. Created by Spanish company Vondom, the innovative pots are from the... read full post →

Charming Trees for Small Spaces

September 11, 2009 in Landscaping

Smaller-sized trees can save you a world of homeowner headaches. Carefully choosing petite trees that still offer a full-size bang is essential for “lushing” up a limited landscape. When you’re shopping around, pay special... read full post →

Check Your Curb Appeal: 7 Tips for Marketable Exteriors

September 02, 2009 in Landscaping

First impressions are sometimes the only impression. Your indoors can be as cozy as an old quilt, but still the house will scream, “There’s something not right here!” if the exterior doesn’t reflect the same warmth.... read full post →

Choosing the Perfect Garden Hose Nozzle

July 30, 2009 in Landscaping

Most tender-plant gardeners prefer the accuracy of a hose nozzle. Don’t get me wrong, sprinklers are great for saturation watering, but a nozzle does the job faster and is better for hanging plants. But with so many options available,... read full post →

Summer Upkeep Projects

July 30, 2009 in Landscaping

Don’t let your summer go to waste! It’s a perfect time to upgrade your house or landscaping with a summer project. One of the best things about completing some (or all) of these assignments is the added value you return to your... read full post →
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