If you’re anything like us, you know that it’s not just the inside that counts—particularly when it comes to your house. Accenting the exterior of your home with natural elements, from flora and fauna to privacy trees, stonework, and water features, makes for a far more inviting space for your future guests (and not to mention a restfulContinue reading

The Joy of Yardwork! — Mitch Teemley

Way back in 2019 BC (Before Coronavirus) yardwork was a heinous chore. But now, in the year 2020 AD (After the Disease), I actually look forward to the times I get to visit that mystical place called “Outside.” I mowed last weekend, and actually enjoyed it! It turns out the sun is still sunny. The […]Continue reading “The Joy of Yardwork! — Mitch Teemley”

Gardening Vs. Landscaping

Today I want to set the record straight! Gardening is the practice of growing and cultivating plants as part of horticulture. In gardens, ornamental plants are often grown for their flowers, foliage, or overall appearance. Landscaping refers to any activity that modifies the visible features of an area of land, including: living elements, such asContinue reading “Gardening Vs. Landscaping”

Building DIY Stone Steps and Other Garden Progress – week 4 — Land of Laurel

This was another week of doing a little bit of this and that in the garden. It’s funny working on a bunch of things at once because it feels like small accomplishments, but when I look at the end results I’m impressed with the progress! The upcoming weeks before the One Room Challenge comes to […]Continue reading “Building DIY Stone Steps and Other Garden Progress – week 4 — Land of Laurel”

In the Garden-May 29 — Fluvanna County 4-H

Whoever said gardening was boring was sadly mistaken. This week, two plant mysteries needed to be solved. First, I present the mystery of the half-eaten strawberries that littered the walkways, edges of empty plots, just outside the garden, and even on top of the garden gate. See exhibit A below. Some gardeners noticed missing berries, […]Continue reading “In the Garden-May 29 — Fluvanna County 4-H”

Being a Eugene Landscaper

Hey everyone, I hope you enjoyed the video! I thought these are some things you might be able to do your self or with a little help. There are a lot of cool and exciting things you can do with your front or back yard. The weather is amazing and now is the time toContinue reading “Being a Eugene Landscaper”

The Best Landscaper In Eugene Oregon!

Is Landscapers in Eugene. Go check out their website Landscapersineugene.com O wait that’s us 🙂 Yes, that is right we have the best rates, the best service, the best results, and the best team to make your outdoors dreams come true. We love what we do and it shows. If you would like to haveContinue reading “The Best Landscaper In Eugene Oregon!”

Landscaping Front Yard and New Trees — BERRY BERRY QUITE CONTRARY

The exterior of our home has always been just as important to us as the interior of our home. When we pull up to our home we desire it to look warm, inviting and cozy. Moving into a house with ZERO landscaping was definitely overwhelming. A blank slate is awesome in some regards but not […]Continue reading “Landscaping Front Yard and New Trees — BERRY BERRY QUITE CONTRARY”