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Absolute Landscape Blog

Landscape Maintenance: Preparing for Summer in Four Easy Steps

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Jun 1, 2018 8:45:00 PM

If you’ve been counting down the days like we have, then you know the official start of summer is right around the corner! You may be ready for backyard BBQs and outdoor games, but is your landscape?

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Topics: Cleaning, Pest control, Preparing for summer, watering

Lawn Care Maintenance

Posted by Absolute Landscape on May 18, 2018 8:45:00 PM

Having a healthy, lush green lawn is any homeowner’s dream. With the right lawn care maintenance program, your dream can become a reality. Knowing what your grass needs is essential in achieving a rich green lawn.

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Topics: Lawn Care, Aerating, Seeding, Fertilizing

Water Features: The Perfect Addition to Any Landscape

Posted by Absolute Landscape on May 11, 2018 8:30:00 PM

Water features are landscape enhancements that use water and various other materials to bring beauty and tranquility to your home. As with any hardscape element, water features provide a focal point for your landscape and natural gathering place for guests. Having your very own backyard oasis is more attainable than you may think.

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Topics: water features, fountains, waterfall, ponds

Mulching: The Beneficial Finishing Touch

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Apr 27, 2018 8:30:00 PM

The advantages of mulching are endless. Mulching not only makes your landscape design stand out, it also provides many benefits and saves time on garden maintenance. Mulch is low maintenance and easy to care for, making it one of the best ways to guarantee a successful garden.

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Topics: Landscape Solutions, Mulching, Mulch

5 Types of Hardscape to Consider

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Apr 20, 2018 8:45:00 PM

Hardscape makes a great addition to any home. Hardscape adds a unique design element and provides a place for friends and family to gather. 

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Topics: Hardscape, Design Ideas, Spring, Outdoor Living, Patio, Walkway

Get Gardening, It's International Plant Appreciation Day!

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Apr 13, 2018 8:39:00 PM

Happy International Plant Appreciation Day! International Plant Appreciation Day takes place on April

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Topics: planting, Garden Ideas, Gardening

Best Flowers for Shade

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Feb 23, 2018 6:12:53 PM

Trying to turn a yard that is completely shaded into a bright colorful landscape seems difficult, but with the right plants it can be done! There are many plant options for landscaping a completely shaded yard. Creating a shade garden is a great idea. A shade garden is a garden that is planted and grown in areas with little or no direct sunlight. Finding plants that are shade tolerant is a must. Certain types of annuals and perennials are the best flowers for shade and add beautiful color to any yard. Certain trees and shrubs also thrive in shade and will compliment your flowers.

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Bring Your Backyard to Life with Outdoor Structures

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Feb 9, 2018 8:37:00 PM

This cold weather may have you feeling like you’re stuck indoors but now is a great time to begin planning your outdoor structures.

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How to Escape the Cold Weather Blues: Plan Your Pool and Spa

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Jan 26, 2018 8:46:00 PM

You may be digging out your winter gloves and hat but it’s the perfect time to plan your swimming pool patio. Who doesn’t want to think about the blooming flowers and bright sunshine while shivering in their car, waiting for it to warm up?

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Why You Should Steer Towards Paver Driveways

Posted by Absolute Landscape on Nov 24, 2017 8:51:00 PM

Let’s face it… first impressions are important. You know how much time and energy you’ve put into maintaining the perfect yard, decorating your front porch, and keeping your siding power washed? None of that matters if your guests pull up to a dirty, cracked concrete slab.

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