Bring On The Berries: Starting Your Own U-Pick Strawberry Patch

Posted on: 10 April 2017
If you love gardening and sharing your home-grown crops with others, you might consider starting a U-Pick strawberry patch.  You can transform an empty patch of land into a luscious field of red berries for families to come and spend time together picking strawberries.  As a bonus, you still get all the berries you can eat and you'll make some extra cash as well. Prepare the Land for Planting Choose a level area of ground away from trees, which will siphon away more water from your berries than you think.
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Backyard Nuptials -- 4 Steps To Turn Your Property Into A Wedding Venue

Posted on: 31 March 2017
If you are looking for a way to turn your beautiful property into an income source, creating a wedding and event venue is a great way to do it. Here are 4 tips for making it happen. Work with a Landscape Designer. The landscaping is a key component of attracting couples all year long, so don't skimp on this aspect. A landscape designer will be able to help you create a beautiful outdoor venue for ceremonies and pictures, as well as designing a welcoming entrance for guests.
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A Few Reasons To Use Concrete In Landscaping

Posted on: 22 March 2017
A well maintained yard gives a home a great deal of curb appeal, but it is also just satisfying to have a beautiful yard. There are so many different styles of yard that it can sometimes be hard to decide how to landscape. There are many styles and materials that you can use to give your landscape a truly unique look, but stay true to the style that you want. One material that is extremely versatile is concrete.
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Clever Ideas For A Multi-Function Yard

Posted on: 17 March 2017
When it comes to outdoor living, you want to maximize your space. There are so many activities you want to enjoy, such as playing with the kids, entertaining, and gardening. Well, it's time to make over your backyard by designing it for multiple functions. Lawn Space While a full lawn may not accommodate all the uses you want for your outdoor space, it should still be the center of your yard.
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