Having a well-manicured lawn creates an inviting and relaxed atmosphere that makes you want to stay longer. The grass and bushes are the common landscaping materials. However, rocks can also work whether you use all rocks landscape or as a mix of natural vegetation and rock. At Landscaping Supply co., we love creating lovely landscapes, and personalized environments for maximum comfort.
We have several decorative rocks at our store to create different designs, hues,...[read more]
Orlando is a beautiful area to live. With the warmer months already here, you may be planning to take your yard to another level. Whether you are making improvements for entertaining purposes or out of necessity, there are some tips to make the process smoother. Here are some wonderful landscaping tips for the Orlando Florida area.
Evaluate the elements. You may notice that the wind blows from a certain direction, or that you may get way more sun from a particular area of the...[read more]
Oak trees are a majestic and a valued part of the landscape around urban homes and in the countryside. Oak trees can live for hundreds of years when well maintained in suitable growing conditions. As a home or business owner, there are some simple steps you can take to ensure that your oak trees are healthy and will continue to provide beauty and shade for your property for a long time to come. Instead of using our sod delivery service, consider mulch delivery for areas under your oak...[read more]
Using landscaping rocks can save time and labor when designing a yard or the grounds of a building. Many types of landscape rocks are as effective as mulch at preventing weeds, making upkeep less arduous. Different sizes, colors and textures lend themselves to various landscaping projects.
River Rock is a versatile, affordable choice for landscaping around your home. It can be found in a rainbow of colors and in every size. Water acts like a...[read more]
From JohnDeereJournal.com --
February 7 marks the 212th anniversary of John Deere’s birth, and you’re invited to celebrate! Born in Rutland, Vt., Deere moved west in 1836, seeking a better life in Grand Detour, Illinois. One year later, he perfected the first commercially successful self-scouring steel plow. John Deere died on May 17, 1886, in Moline, Ill., at the age of 82. Thousands of mourners paid their respects at Red Cliff, his home in Moline. It would appear that...[read more]
CARY, North Carolina -- John Deere introduces the Gator XUV590i and XUV590i S4 Crossover Utility Vehicles, designed for operators who desire performance, comfort, and customizaiton. Equipped with a powerful twin-cylinder engine, independent four-wheel suspension and availability of more than 75 attachments, the XUV590i provides an unparalelled balance of performance and work capability in the mid-size class.
"The XUV590i and XUV590i S4 four-passenger models...[read more]
Having a beautiful lawn takes work, not only from a professional lawn care service, but also the property owner. Some property owners are relieved when winter comes as lawns become dormant and don’t need much care. Before you pack it up for the season, be sure to review this list of items to keep your lawn looking great and to make it look even better next year.
1. Be sure all of your leaves are collected.
Trees will shed their foliage at various times throughout...[read more]
There are many reasons to hire a professional landscaping company to tackle that back-breaking lawn maintenance.
Around this time of year, Central Florida averages a temperature of roughly 85 degrees fahrenheit with 60% humidity. Oppressive! Wouldn’t you much rather be inside, you know, where the air conditioning is? I’m sure the lawn service guys would too, but it’s their job and you can pay them to do it instead.
The cost....[read more]
Why Sharp Blades Matter
The difference between a sharp razor and the razors that you try to get one last shave out of is quite apparent when you irritate and cut your face when using the old one. A brand new blade gives a nice, clean shave. The same thing happens when cutting grass. If the blades are nicked or dull, the lawn will end up with a ragged trim, causing it to suffer damage and become more susceptible to pests and diseases. But if the blades are nice and sharp you will...[read more]
Dread mowing your lawn like most people do? Do you spend the entirety of the task wishing you were doing something else... anything else?! Well, maybe you’re simply spending too much time on this necessary evil. Ever thought about the pattern in which you mow, and how that may effect how long it takes you? Switching to one of these efficient patterns may drastically reduce the time spent doing something you loathe.
A concentric mowing pattern...[read more]