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If there is no snow on the ground, the weather February always brings is dry and cold. You may think this is a great reason to run your sprinkler just as you would in the warmer months of the year. However, this is a big misconception.
You have probably noticed the weather this winter is mild. Mild weather can mean more bugs in the springtime. Nobody wants more bugs in their yard and near their house since that means more bug spray on our skin and on our plants. No need to worry with a landscape designer that understands bug problems. At Chapel Valley Landscape we not only specialize in making your landscape look great, we also specialize in knowing what plants will work best in your yard. This includes plants that repel bugs.
Tired of that same dull look with everyone's pool at home. If you want to try something new to really enhance your garden and exterior look, a natural pool might be a great suggestion for your next gardening project.
Looking to embark on a landscape project but don't know where to start? Completing a landscaping project can be difficult if you never have had any experience with one. These 5 simple and easy guidelines will put you on your way to a stunning and beautiful yard.
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When landscapers need to hold back the earth from getting all up in your business, they use a retaining wall. The same holds true for gardens with the addition of stone garden walls. However, landscapers have a trick up their sleeve. They can make the stone look soft (so to speak). Here's how.
The frost is biting away at the wonderful garden and plants you nurtured earlier in the year. Don't let all that hard work go down the drain. Here are 3 ways you can help preserve your plants during the cold winter months.
A popular trend among gardeners is to grow rain gardens. Green thumb-wielding residents of Gaithersburg should take note. Your backyard is the perfect place to beautify your home while simultaneously helping Mother Earth.
Although the trees in our yard provide us with the shade we crave on a hot day, the lack of sun introduces a slew of landscaping design challenges that can vex newbies and veterans alike.
Preparing your garden for the best possible start in the spring is easy. Here are two ways you can have that vegetable garden you've always dreamed of even while dealing with mountains of leaves.