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What Is the Best Material for Your San Diego Driveway

When finding the right material for your driveway, it’s a good idea to do some research. First, consider the amount of money you are looking to spend. Money will be the limiting factor in your choice and can deny you some of the more extravagant options. Basically, understand that having an aesthetic driveway costs a few extra dollars. But also know that there are many options on the market – more than just your average asphalt driveway. The Cheaper Options…

How do I choose the right commercial landscape company?

Every step in your business involved intelligence. You know the difference between finding the best employee for the job versus the best candidate for the job. You know inane financial terms like replevin and what article 9 has to do with collateral. So, it makes sense you would choose a commercial landscape company with the same dedication to intelligence. Here are some tips so you can continue to make your business a success. Look for the Clear Choice A good…

To Buy or Not to Buy a Swing Set

Many families go back and forth on the idea of getting a swing set. Consider the arguments. The kids won’t use it forever, so spending more than a $1,000 on a decent swing set just doesn’t seem like a great investment. A cheap swing set may lead to some happy memories over the years, but it just wouldn’t mesh with the rest of the backyard. The idea is to make the things look nice, not messy with metal poles that…

San Diego is Berry Special

A Look at the Blueberry Bush for Your Landscape There are few other places on Earth that are better suited for growing edibles than San Diego. True, it’s been a little dry. But the favorable climate allows for an abundance of sunny days to keep plants growing strong throughout the year Probably one of the most popular, and most attractive in my opinion, is the blueberry bush. It’s attractive, and with proper planting, leads to one of my personal favorite…

Dry Earth Landscaping

Drought is an Official Reality So Drop the Grass and Think Outdoor Room Gov. Jerry Brown has made it official – there’s a drought. Such proclamations mean a lush lawn may not be as appealing as it might have in the past. Lawns soak up lots of water and turn brown when exposed to too much sunlight, a likely scenario this summer. More and more people are looking for alternatives to a lawn that conserve water and are also warm…