How to Plant Rocks In the Front Yard

How to Plant Rocks In the Front Yard

Maintaining a lawn can take a lot of work, but a rock yard is hassle-free, requiring little upkeep. If you have tried to grow grass and have simply given up, do not lose hope. A rock yard can look attractive and never needs mowing.   Step 1 Kill all grass and weeds in...
Learn About Mulching

Learn About Mulching

There’s a lot to bark mulches, the following kinds of mulches are used:   Pine needles and leaves hay or straw Crushed stone Wood chips Black plastic sheets or other synthetic products Among natural types of mulches, the bark mulches and crushed stone are also...
Learn about Fire Pit Safety

Learn about Fire Pit Safety

1. The rules of a campground. Never leave your fire pit unattended. Never have it in near to flammable materials like a brush, sheds, your home or garage.   2. The well should be on a non combustible surface like a stone patio. Never put your fire pit on or near a...
What’s Flagstone?

What’s Flagstone?

Sedimentary stone is generated by the hardening of layers by pressure and heat, usually under water. It consists of strata or layers of sand, clay or natural sediments. The hardness and strength of stone varies.   Examples: Flagstone, sandstone, shale and limestone...
What is the difference between Mulch, Compost, and Bark?

What is the difference between Mulch, Compost, and Bark?

Landscapers use mulches for many reasons! Throughout the growing season, mulch discourages weeds to grow, conserves moisture from the soil, also helps maintain soil temperatures.  Throughout the winter, mulch offers protection for perennials, roses along with other...