Landscaping

Removing Your Garden Waste This Way Helps The Environment

Removing Your Garden Waste This Way Helps The Environment

About 10.5 million tons of yard waste went to U.S. landfills in 2018. Composting that waste not only saves it from going to the landfill, but also it can then be used as fertilizer to keep your garden growing, eliminating the need for harmful chemical fertilizers. Read on for more about composting and other tips on how to be eco-friendly when removing waste from your garden.

Home Resilience: Protecting Your Home from Wildfires

Home Resilience: Protecting Your Home from Wildfires

Deadly fire has become more severe and almost commonplace the last few years in the US and is only expected to increase in frequency with climate change. Currently, 45 million homes are at risk of being affected by a wildfire. Here are building and landscaping tips to protect your home.

Sustainable Landscaping Using the SITES Framework

Sustainable Landscaping Using the SITES Framework

SITES is the culmination of years of research and development by leading professionals in the fields of soil, water, vegetation, materials and human health. By providing performance measures rather than prescribing practices, SITES supports the unique conditions of each site, encouraging project teams to be flexible and creative as they develop beautiful, functional and regenerative landscapes.

Earth Turf Eco-Friendly Lawn

Earth Turf Eco-Friendly Lawn

Earth Turf combines low maintenance turfgrasses with revolutionary MicroClover to create an attractive and low maintenance, drought-resistant, fertilizer and chemical free lawn. MicroClover is nitrogen fixating – naturally taking nitrogen from the air and...

Tips for Greening Your Landscape

Tips for Greening Your Landscape

Incorporating eco-measures into your landscape plan will make it much easier to implement and maintain a sustainable garden. Check out this infographic for some helpful tips.

Why You Should Turn Your Yard Into a Mini-Farm

Why You Should Turn Your Yard Into a Mini-Farm

About 80% of homeowners have lawns, which now cover an area the size of Florida – and lawns are incredibly un-ecofriendly. Learn about all the benefits of growing food in your yard rather than just growing grass.

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