Skip to main content

After The Frost Bites

Just a couple of weeks ago, after days of temperatures in the 70s and 80s, we experienced an unexpected frost here in North Georgia. Many, many homeowners had already planted their flowerbeds and gardens, only to lose much (if not all) of what they had planted. While it can be heartbreaking to suffer a big

Read the full article

Look Forward to Spring

Warmer temperatures at the end of February had many people eager for spring to arrive. With the days getting longer, children and families can stay outside later to enjoy temperatures that tempt of warmer weather to come. Being out in your yard should be an enjoyable place of comfort and enjoyment. Yet, if you do

Read the full article

Does Your Landscape Look Bare?

There seem to be two types of homeowners: Those who want a “postage stamp” yard that requires the least amount of maintenance possible. Those who want plenty of space between their neighbors with an expansive yard for playing, hanging out with family and friends, and creating an oasis. Knowing which type you are definitely helps

Read the full article

New Year, New Yard

While many people are busy making New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, drink more water, exercise more, and save money – there are some “non-traditional” goals that you could set. And, hey, maybe you’ll actually achieve them this year! If you know that you will not keep to a difficult resolution, why not make one

Read the full article

The Gift That Keeps On Giving

While swimming and spending hours out of doors may not be ideal during the winter months, now is the perfect time to start thinking about next summer. As you ponder the perfect gift to get your loved ones this holiday season, why not think long-term? Better yet, why not think about a gift that will

Read the full article

Prepping a Raised Garden Bed for Winter

In 2020, we’ve heard all about things we never dreamed of – the safety of masks, the ineffectiveness of masks, toilet paper shortage, and prepping for an emergency food shortage. While all of these may be hot-button topics that people can argue for hours about, one thing is still certain this year – the seasons

Read the full article

Make Your Landscape Speak Volumes

When you are thinking about updating your home, most of the time you think of how you can update your actual house. However, it is important to consider how your landscape impacts your entire home’s façade. The right landscape design can speak volumes towards your entire property, inviting family and friends into a beautiful atmosphere.

Read the full article

Laying Sod During Georgia Summers

It is difficult to think of anything fun to do outdoors during the hot and humid Georgia summers that does not involve cool water. Swimming, boating, skiing, and tubing down a river are great ways to beat the heat in Georgia throughout the summer. However, many people also find that summer months provide an excellent

Read the full article