Whether you live in the country or the city, noise pollution can be overwhelming and distracting. You can camouflage these sounds, making your patio or garden an oasis of calm.
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Attract birds to your landscape with things every living creature needs: food, shelter, water and a place to raise their young.
A tree can be your home’s best friend. It can provide shade in the heat of summer, protect from winter winds, reduce electric bills and improve your home’s resale value.
To keep your garden from being destroyed, install a good fence. Fences are reliable long-term, year-round protection against animals.
Landscape features or accents such as benches and garden paths provide interest even when the garden is at rest.
Azaleas are landscape favorites, with showy blooms and evergreen foliage. In fact, they’re a bit like a box of chocolates: It’s hard to stop with just one. Find answers here to five of the most popular questions about azaleas.
A winter landscape is a beautiful sight, particularly when under a protective blanket of snow. Take a few extra steps to protect trees, shrubs, sidewalks and structures from heavy, wet snow and ice.
Get the 2016 landscape design trends for ideas for your outdoor space so you can create the perfect extension of your living area.
A dry creek bed landscape feature is easier to build than it looks. Here’s how.
When you petscape and see your pets relaxing and enjoying their special spaces, you’ll be glad you did the petscaping. Your paw’d pals will stay safe and your gardens can grow and bloom without obstruction.
Want a more Florida-friendly yard? Use natural resources wisely by conserving water, improving water quality and planting Florida natives.
Prep for fall lawn fun with these three simple steps.