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Category: Garden Design


Designing a Champagne Taste Garden on a Beer Budget

We’ve all seen a garden that we truly admired, knowing that we could never achieve or afford it. If you lack the budget, creativity and technical know-how to design your own space, having a garden design done ‘will’ save you money!

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Observations of a Home Buyer

There is nothing nicer that driving up the street towards my home, looking well-manicured and full of colour. For the prospective seller, what value does this kind of impression have on a potential buyer?

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Call Before You Dig!

Congratulations! You’re planting a tree, but where do you put it, how deep should the hole be, can you replace an existing tree, what else do you need to know?

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Why Hire a Landscaper?

Why Hire a Landscaper? Save Time, Stress & Money while raising your homes value! The professional garden designer & landscaper, are more than a guy who cuts your lawn, they’re your property enhancement allies!

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A Canada Day Tribute to the Maple Tree

Admire the beauty of your culture, your history and your very own national tree…The Canadian Maple tree! We’re celebrating Canada Day with specials on select maple trees, and an extra special for those who bring in this article.

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Improve Your Home’s Return on Investment with Landscaping

Improve your Homes ROI with Landscaping. Your return on landscaping potentially being as high as 150 percent and up. What does ‘your’ garden have to offer?

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Watering For A Thriving Garden

If you want to grow your garden as planned while conserving water, there are a few things you can do to help your garden thrive

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Lasagna Gardening

Lasagna gardening is a no-dig, no-till organic gardening method that results in rich, fluffy soil with very little work from the gardener. It means that you will not have to lift any sod to create a new garden.

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Fusion Gardening: Conserving Water

rain water is a resource, not a waste product. So why would we be in a hurry to send it to the lake, when our own gardens can benefit from the use of it?

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Fusion Gardening: Going Native

Fusion landscaping works in harmony with the natural conditions of your property. It blends or fuses together traditional garden design with sound ecological practices such as water-retaining features.

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