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  • Crank It Up With a Mower Jack By Kevin Schmiterson
    A beautiful lawn is the number one way to add curb appeal to your home. A lush, green lawn gives your home an appearance of comfort that nothing else can .... professional repairman to come and do the work for you. So, in reality, buying your own jack can help you to save a lot of money. Don't waste your money.

  • Preventing Trouble In Your Garden Before It Starts. By Johan Monarrez
    Many different troubles are likely to occur in your garden. That is reality. The nature of the plant is significant here, some hardy shrubs might stay .... Add a humus maker when digging. Remove perennial weed roots. Add Chlorophos to the soil if pests have gnawed roots in a different place in your garden.

  • Native Plants: For Landscaping Design in Sydney By Akon Weber
    Showing your Australian pride and heritage doesn’t stop at supporting Australian made and grown products because even in your own homes and gardens, you .... draining soils             o beautiful and low maintenance Be one with the Australians in promoting Australian culture through gardening and landscaping.

  • How artificial grass is manufactured By Richard Becking
    Formerly artificial grass was made of nylon elements imitating the grass, but are now often made of polypropylene or polyethylene, more rarely polyamide .... flexibility and stability of the playing area is enhanced by the addition of granules (crumb) synthetic rubber, usually from recycled tires, and / or sand.

  • This Is How To Choose The Right Led Grow Lights For Plants By Hannah Carey
    It is highly beneficial for individuals to learn how to choose the right LED grow lights for plants they plant. This is because the needs of different .... requirements of a plant to be grown and the rest will be history. In general they have ensured self sufficient systems are available for those who use them.

  • Cash In on the Money-Saving Benefits of Solar Outside Lighting By Marianne Porter
    As solar technology advances, solar outside lighting has become more widely available in several different varieties of innovative designs and novel styles .... available for you. Help protect our planet. Join the thousands who have discovered the economy and beauty of maintenance-free solar exterior lights.

  • Mower Lifts - What They Are, Why You Want One By Kevin Schmiterson
    In years past when our push mowers broke down, it was common practice to just push them over on their side, hunker down, and get the repair done in whatever .... have the convenience of making general repairs from home, while saving money on longer use and less out of pocket money spent on professional mechanics.

  • Various Elements In Michigan Landscaping By Kevin Germain
    The exterior of a home is as equally as important as the inside. It needs to be cared for, maintained and kept up to date. Often people are unaware of .... are a fun and free flower and I am tying in New Year’s resolutions to everything the family is a part of so our landscaping shouldn’t be left out, right?

  • Plants Can Die During A Warm Spell. By Johan Monarrez
    To state the obvious, plants cannot live without water - a protracted dry spell in the summer months can result in serious losses the plants most at risk .... inches below the surface. If it's dry, then water. As a general rule watering will probably be required about every 7 days during a period of drought.

  • 6 Steps to Keeping a Greener Lush Lawn on LongIsland By Kevin Godberson
    This spring why not start your lawn out the right way. Follow all of these steps in order and you will have a lush green lawn for the up and coming season .... be done before the fall foliage comes down. Following the 6 steps above and the winterization steps you will be a happy owner of a greener lush lawn.

  • 6 Steps to Creating Your Very Own Maintenance Free Landscape on Long Island By Kevin Godberson
    In the world of landscaping, any reputable landscape company would tell you that the key to a maintenance free property starts with a proper (what we call .... above 6 steps to your best ability and transform your Long island landscape into one that’s both extremely easy on the eye as well as maintenance free.

  • Back Yard Fire Pits - Enjoyment All Year By Sean Madray
    Its not unusual to think that a backyard fire pit is only for when autumn or the colder times of the year is upon us, however, the warmth and beauty of .... fire and chit chatting away. Your fire pit can be the centerpiece of these events in the springtime and in the fall, or during summer and in the winter.

  • The Top 10 Lawn Service Pet Peeves of Long Island Homeowners By Kevin Godberson
    In the past 18 years I have been in business I have listened to what clients had to say about weekly lawn service on Long Island: "My landscaper doesn .... If their contract has the above you are on the right track to finding a great landscaper. Always remember that: Not all landscapers are created equal.

  • Backyard Blah to Bling: 10 Affordable Ideas Transform Your Terrain By Kevin Godberson
    1. Patios: A small, simple patio of stone, brick or interlocking pavers brings the house into the garden. It’s a bonus if you have doors that open onto .... transforming yards for Suffolk County homeowners from boring to beautiful since 1991.For more landscaping tips visit us online at www.godbersonlandscaping.com.

  • Sod Installation Tips - A homeowner’s guide to laying sod By Kevin Godberson
    Here at Suffolk Sod Father located in Medford, Long Island we have perfected the installation of sod during our 20 years as sod installers. We are happy .... of sod. If the sod has rooted you may do your first cut. Since your new lawn is in its infancy, it should be mowed at a slow pace for the first month.

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