Front yard landscape design drawing on the modern farmhouse architectural style of this Edina, MN home.
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With more time at home, many folks are considering veggie gardening for the first time. Here are three things to know before heading to the garden store.
Now more than ever, we need our backyards as tranquil space to relax and recharge. Here are a few ideas for creating a relaxing and joyful space in your backyard.
It’s easy to decorate for fall when you use pumpkins and gourds... and it’s budget-friendly too! Here are a few decorating tips from our pros on the landscape care team.
Found at any farmer’s market, a gourd display typically includes a variety of shapes, textures, sizes, and colors. They are not all orange!
Creating a stack of gourds allows for a visual display that is both interesting and beautiful.
Most displays have varying colors, but some just vary in shades of color to provide a monochromatic display.
Gourds will last longer than fall flowers, but you can consider adding hydrangea flowers, shrub foliage, or colorful fall leaves to your display.
Get creative and transform hollow pumpkins and gourds into seasonal planters.
If the stack of gourds is on the ground, hungry pests may consider them dinner. It may be wise to spray the gourds with an animal repellant to reduce the chances of the gourds being eaten.
The KARE 11 backyard display is a cornucopia of fall color! Watch the Southview landscape care crew work their magic in this 45-second time lapse video.
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Spring 2020 has had below normal rainfall and low humidity. In a normal year, we would not have to water until Memorial day. This year, it's time to water now.