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Why Hire a Professional Landscaper

February 21, 2020

Many people want their landscape to be unique and original. That’s why some choose to design their landscape on their own. This is a great idea as it …

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Red Clay

February 21, 2020

Red Clay: The red clay of North Carolina and surrounding regions is difficult to deal with when planting and maintaining gardens and outdoor areas. Handling red clay takes …

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Drainage Solutions: Pop-Ups

February 21, 2020

A Pop-Up is a drain solution that is often utilized in landscape design. Pop-Ups connect to a drain spout. In order to prevent water pooling, and potentially damaging …

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North Carolina Hardiness Zone 7

February 21, 2020

What is a hardiness zone? And where am I in it? A hardiness zone is a geographically-defined zone in which a specific category of plant life is capable …

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Landscape Master Plan

February 21, 2020

Do you appreciate houses with a well-kept lawns and their flowerbeds bursting with springtime blooms that seem to last all four seasons? Are you bothered with landscape unsightly …

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How to Make the Lawn Get the Festive Yuletide Season

February 21, 2020

Yuletide Season is the season of getting together and spending time with the people you love, family, and long-time friends. This is where you almost celebrate every day …

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French Drain

February 21, 2020

Drainage Solutions: Drainage is an essential aspect of landscape design. Oftentimes, landscape designers can utilize the landscape itself in order to assist in evacuating ground and surface water …

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Deciduous and Evergreen Trees

February 21, 2020

In autumn, the leaves of certain trees turn to red, orange, and gold hues, falling off the tree and leaving it bare for the winter, while others stay …

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Channel Drain

February 21, 2020

A Channel or Trench Drain is a linear drain used to quickly evacuate ground water. Channel drains include grating and intercepts water along the entire run of the …

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Annuals vs. Perennials

February 21, 2020

If you’ve ever taken a moment to observe all the activity that goes on in a garden, you may have noticed that some flowers pop up, year after …

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