2008 July

Archive for July, 2008

Landscaping Software Helps You To Visualize The Finished Project

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

One of the most difficult parts of designing your outdoor living space is being able to visualize how the finished project will look. Knowing the type of plants which will survive in your neck of the woods as well as how to put them together to reach the desired effect can be long and time-consuming […]

The Difficulties Of Landscaping In Arizona

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Landscaping in Arizona presents several unique challenges, but if you are willing to invest in some research and a little bit of elbow grease, you can have a gorgeous yard year round. One of the biggest difficulties to landscaping in Arizona is the fact that there are a lot of USDA plant hardiness zones within […]

New Landscaping Ideas – Landscaping With Rocks

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

You have made a good hobby out of landscaping your yard, but recently you have been bored with the same old materials which you’ve been using year after year. If you would like to try something new, then you should consider landscaping with rocks! About Landscaping with Rocks A few people might jeer at the […]

Landscaping Stones Fill Void In Uncluttered Manner

Sunday, July 13th, 2008

One way to keep your landscaping looking nice and uncluttered while making it appear full is through the use of landscaping stones. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes they can also be used to separate different types of plants and work for soil retention in wet climates. Several times landscaping stones can as […]

How To Choose The Right Landscaping Plants?

Monday, July 7th, 2008

The weather has got nicer, and after a cold winter all you actually want to do is liven up your yard with some landscaping plants. However, just one visit to your local garden center revealed to you that there are a lot of choices, so you will need some advice when it comes to choosing […]