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4 Perennials That Will Enhance the Beauty of Your Landscape Beds

4 Perennials That Will Enhance the Beauty of Your Landscape Beds

Flowers are attractive additions to your landscape beds, enhancing their beauty with colorful blooms and attracting the likes of bees, butterflies, and birds. Black-eyed Susans, daylilies, purple coneflowers, and Shasta daisies are 4 common perennials that will thrive in the Georgia climate and increase your property's curb appeal. Black-eyed Susans are daisy-like flowers that can bloom with red, orange, or yellow petals. Daylilies require little maintenance and come in several different colors. Purple coneflowers can easily adapt to the surrounding environment and bloom with...
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4 Ways to Make Your Landscape Beds Pop This Summer!

4 Ways to Make Your Landscape Beds Pop This Summer!

As the summer approaches here in Georgia, you'll want to start spending more time outdoors. Since you and others will be outside more, you'll want to enhance the beauty of your property so that it is more aesthetically pleasing to look at. One great way to increase the beauty of your property is by enhancing your landscape beds! First, you should remove weeds from your landscape beds, as they drag down their appearance and will steal nutrients from your plants. Then, you can trim your shrubs and hedges to give them a neat and attractive look. But it doesn't stop there; you...
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The Most Popular Rock Types for Landscape Bed Ground Cover

The Most Popular Rock Types for Landscape Bed Ground Cover

The elements you choose for landscaping can completely transform the overall look and feel of your property. One major point of consideration when thinking about landscaping design is ground cover for your landscaping beds. You may often see mulch or pine straw as ground cover, but rock is a popular ground cover alternative. Rock ground cover can add texture, color, and shape to your landscaping beds, in addition to serving the same purpose any ground cover provides—protecting the roots of plants and keeping soil insulated. Learn some of the most popular rock types for ground cover...
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