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  1. Rockford Johnson Reply

    Great post! I learned a lot about the benefits of seasonal clean up for my yard by reading this article. I really like how you explained that “Trimming back shrubs helps maintain a tidy appearance throughout the season and often helps flowering shrubs bloom more profusely.” My parents have their lawn maintenanced regularly by professionals and they have said that it has helped them to keep a good, clean, professional look.

  2. Rockford Johnson Reply

    It was cool to learn about the benefits of professional landscape design by reading this article. I like how you explained that professional landscaping services can help to improve the curb appeal of your home. I can imagine how helpful landscape professionals can be since they are highly trained and have the right supplies for a landscaping project.

  3. gwendolyn lyons Reply

    I live in Suitland Md. and I want to plant a golden rain tree. Is this a good area for such and do you sell them? Please let me know if I can purchase a rain tree from your nursey and when is the best time to plant it. thanks

  4. Jalu Sakti Reply

    I’m so glad you talked about the things that homeowner’s don’t consider when planning out landscape design, like how their yard drains water. I never thought of that, but I’m sure it’s a really important part to take into consideration when you are modifying the look of your yard. We are looking to hire a landscaper to help make our yard look nice, and I guess utilizing a professional’s services is more important than I thought it was! We’ll have to hire a really good contractor who can help us out.

  5. Rockford Johnson Reply

    I learned a lot about professional landscape design services by reading this article. It was cool to learn that landscape services can help to improve the curb appeal of a home. I can imagine how helpful these services can be when it comes to making your home more attractive to buyers when selling a home.

  6. Braden Bills Reply

    I wish I had known that different furniture was better for outdoor use than others. This year I’ll make sure that I get some that are made of plastic and wood! That way I won’t have to worry about water damage or anything like that.

  7. Jen Pack Reply

    My husband and I are in the process of building our dream home, and the next step is to design the landscaping. We have been trying to decide the different materials we want to use, so I appreciate this information about mulch. I like how you point out that mulch helps increase soil nutrition as it decomposes, which provides better drainage and better use of the nutrients within the mulch itself. Something that is very important to my husband and I is getting the most out of everything we spend our money on, and it sounds like mulch really is a material that would help us accomplish that in our yard. Thanks again for the information!

  8. Jade Brunet Reply

    It is good to know that a homeowner typically only things of plants when planning landscaping. Working with someone who can address light conditions and wind direction would be very helpful. Before hiring, it would be good to ensure the professional is familiar with the plants that grow best in your climate.

  9. Rich Reply

    These are great tips! Don’t forget to maintain your concrete patio and check for cracks in the spring too!

  10. Kyle Winters Reply

    The article brings up some very good suggestions about plant selection for your landscaping project. After all, not every plant can survive in any given environment that they find themselves in. Before you buy any plants for the project you want to talk to your landscaping contractor about whether or not the plant in question can even survive in your local area.

  11. Braden Bills Reply

    I would love to have a nice wildflower garden. It’s nice to know that it’s not to hard to manage! I’ll make sure that I get plenty of wildflower seeds to use.

  12. Braden Bills Reply

    I want to make sure that I get my landscape designed properly. It seems like hiring a professional can be really beneficial! It would be a lot of help to have someone who can help me plan everything out.

  13. Taylor Hicken Reply

    It’s interesting to know that landscaping can raise the value of a property. My husband and I have been thinking about improving some of our yard work, we’re just not sure when we’ll be able to. I’ll have to get in contact with a professional about helping us out within the next few weeks.

  14. Annika Larson Reply

    Recently, my husband and I moved into a new home. We are thinking of redoing the landscape, but we want to make sure that the design is unique and functional for our family. As you mentioned, by hiring a landscape designer, they will be able to increase the value of your home and curb appeal. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Joseph Shaw Reply

    Sanseveria is the best. These plants tolerate neglect and poor light. But, give them half a chance and they are performers. I put mine out on the patio for summer and they love it–a little morning sun and warm temps. In winter they go dormant and decorate my living room window.

  16. Lillian Schaeffer Reply

    I found it interesting when you mentioned that plants are one of the last things to consider when it comes to landscaping. My husband and I just moved into a new house, and we want to make some changes to the yard, but I was mostly thinking in terms of what plants go where. Maybe it would be best to leave the design to a professional so they consider things in the right order of importance.

  17. Kate Hansen Reply

    That’s some great info on caring for outdoor furniture. I had no idea that you could throw those outdoor cushions in the washer. With my girls toddling around cushions tend to get sticky. Next time I clean them I’ll make sure to just throw them in the washer.

  18. Sharon Wilson Smith Reply

    Thanks for the post. It’s good to know that these indoor plants have their benefits.I liked that you mentioned that Palm trees are good at removing indoor air pollutants. I’ve been thinking of placing indoor office plants placed in my office and your blog is a good reference.

  19. Bobby Saint Reply

    Good thing you mentioned spraying your wooden furniture with a simple spraying solution or recommended detergent soap will do wonders for them. I’ve been planning to clean my wooden chairs and tables on my patio, but have no idea which type of cleaner to use. I like that you mentioned an all-natural cleaner is perfect for cleaning this type of furniture. I will definitely take heed of your advice when I do my regular household cleaning this coming weekend. Thanks.

  20. Kiara Woodsland Reply

    The best part of your article for me is when you talked about how landscaping can give you a guarantee of a higher property value of your home. My mother is looking to sell her house by the end of the year. It’s important for her to prepare her house so she can sell it fast at a good rate. At the moment she’s looking for some tips on how she can raise the resale value of her house, so I will make sure to share your blog with her. Thanks!

  21. Becca Holton Reply

    Honestly, I wasn’t planning on hiring a landscaper. However, after you talked about how a professional will know what plants are best for you property, I change my mind. It sounds like it’s worth the effort to search for a good landscape designer.

  22. Scott Adams Reply

    You mentioned that landscaping is guaranteed to raise the value of your property. I have been looking for ways to make my home more appealing. It would be nice to have a professional come landscape because then my yard would feel more exciting.