Designing a lawn is like designing any part of your landscape. You’ll need to consider how you plan to use the space, your architectural as well as personal style, and the amount of energy you want to spend caring for it. Though installing a lawn seems straightforward, there are number of pitfalls involved in the process which may not be obvious at first glance.
It is best for mulch installation to be done in the early stages of spring/summer (preferably Mar-May) when the temperatures begin to rise (while the soil is still cool) to aide in growth of new plants, flowers and trees.
Updating your home’s landscaping is a great way to increase the value of your property and create outdoor spaces for relaxing and entertaining. Whether you want to focus on your front yard, backyard or entire piece of land, there are many interesting options to consider.
In the backyard you can create a space for entertaining friends and family complete with an outdoor kitchen, fire feature, pool and more, or you could create a lush garden that attracts wildlife and allows you to relax and reflect. In the front yard you could amp up curb appeal with a beautiful walkway or you could tear up your lawn in favor of an eco-friendly garden.