Category: Plants

Hardscaping Easy for Community Gardens

Community gardens provide a place for a community’s most talented gardeners to grow fruit and vegetables for the residents of cities, towns, and small remote populations. Community gardens generally rent raised garden beds or larger plots, and sometimes they even rent large containers or small flower pots within the garden for those with various levels of gardening enthusiasm or ability.

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3 Reasons to Give Your Clients Better Landscaping With StoneSet

If you want your clients to have a better landscaping design, hardscape features that use StoneSet give them the benefits they want. StoneSet is a porous material that is ideal for use as a durable paving material or colourful hardscape covering in landscaping design. It has countless uses and a variety of different colors and looks to give hardscaping.

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Set Your Hardscaping Designs In Stone: Incorporate StoneSet Into Your Next Project Design

There are many options to add garden paths and walkways to your garden, but some look less professional or only last for a few years. For example, a mulch or bark path will look great in your garden for a year or two, but will eventually decay. A better way to go is to use gravel, which has some problems of its own.

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Why incorporate StoneSet in your lanscaping projects for your clients

Hardscaping has hit the market as the residential landscaping choice. With winter approaching, you are thinking of the best way to spruce your landscaping deals with new trends. In recent years, the home landscaping trends led landscapers to focus on raising sustainable garden beds for food production and adding features such as waterfalls, fancy fountains and koi fish ponds for a local ecosystem.

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Hardscaping: Easy on the Eyes

Hardscaping products and ideas hit the market this autumn as the new focus trend in landscaping for residential properties. In recent years, emphasis in home and garden advertising led homeowners to concentrate on building and developing sustainable raised garden beds for home food production, adding backyard koi fish ponds for mini-ecosystems, and adding water features like fancy fountains and waterfalls for soothing sound effects. Often, homeowners neglected to finish landscaping around these wonderful value adding features reducing the aesthetic appeal.

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