Three Kid-Friendly Landscaping Ideas

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Do you dream of having a yard that your kids will adore, but you are also concerned about the maintenance and appearance of your landscaping? Fortunately, there are landscape tricks you can implement that are both kid-friendly and easy to maintain, while also keeping your yard looking good. Consider some of the following ideas for a more kid-friendly yard. Idea #1: Chalkboard fencing Most yards need some sort of fence, whether it is a tall 6-foot privacy fence or a low decorative fence that is just a minor barrier between your kids and the rest of the world.…

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No Room For A Pool? Alternative Water Features For Small Yards

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You might have always wanted to have a pool in your backyard for summer relaxation and entertaining. Pools provide great exercise, but traditional designs require a lot of backyard space and you might not have that room. If you still want a water feature that provides fun in the summer time, here are some alternative to consider. 1. Splash Pad If you have kids, why not install your own splash pad in your yard?…

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Three Options To Control Erosion in Garden Beds

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Erosion can be a real concern in your garden beds, particularly if they are on a slope or in an area where runoff from buildings wreaks havoc on your plants. Fortunately, there are several different ways to deal with erosion in landscape plantings. The following can help you determine the best options for your home. Option #1: Divert water If water and runoff is the main cause of your erosion problems, then a diversion may be all that is necessary.…

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