Taking a vacation to paradise is a summer goal for many homeowners. Whether that paradise is at the hot, sunny beach, or in the cold, serene mountains, people are always looking for ways to explore and embrace nature’s beauty. For this year, however, we recommend that you look to your own landscape, and begin to plan your 2020 backyard paradise now. Creating your own personal paradise in your backyard offers the beauty and relaxation of a vacation all-year-round. With some thoughtful, smart, designing and planning from landscape design companies like Burkholder, you can walk to your paradise instead of needing to take a flight.
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Do you have a special event coming up with visions of a venue that brings all your friends and family together to celebrate and share?
Here are ten of our favorite plants to spruce up your property for some eye-catching winter interest!
Imagine the dreary months of January and February…..dull, bleak, windy…brrrr. Here’s a lovely way to add a touch of spring inside the home: prepare bulbs ahead of time to bloom indoors during these cold, snowy months. It’s easy to do, too!
The hottest craze out there is bringing your indoor style to your backyard. Creating luxurious Outdoor Rooms is not only for the rich and anymore, anyone and everyone can have one of these amazing places if they approach the process in the right way. Here are 5 things to consider when designing your new outdoor living room:
Roses can be a royal pain to keep under control. Here are a few tips to help ensure your roses stay as beautiful and maintained as you hoped for.
Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and enchanting creatures on Earth. When considering creating a butterfly garden, you need to remember to install all of the right kinds of plants and flowers that butterflies not only love to feed on but lay eggs on and feed on as caterpillars as well.
Believe it or not your paver patios needs TLC too! Over time the small granules that were originally used in the joints between your pavers can eventually break down, causing those groves to catch water.