Category: Landscaping – Garden

StoneSet Applications for Home and Garden Centers

Home and Garden Centers, large and small, generally have spacious properties that cover a lot of lands to sell landscaping materials, which take much space to display properly in bulk. Larger corporate owned home and garden “big box” stores’ concrete floors detract from the shopping experience, especially when shopping in the outdoor gardening department.

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Making The Most Of Hardscapes For Your Client

When a client comes to you with a new landscaping project, they generally have some objective in mind.The details, however, might be fuzzy. They may say that they want to put in some hardscapes but not be certain about how they would really work for their property. Fortunately, StoneSet is versatile and can be used to meet any client’s needs

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StoneSet for Your Clients with Damaged Yards

How does a homeowner know when it’s time to update the landscaping around their home? As a professional landscaper, you have a responsibility for educating your clients on the best management practices, design concepts and practical solutions for the exterior area surrounding their homes.Here are a few points you can share with your customers that indicate their landscaping is failing:

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Porous Paving Can Help Prevent Soil Erosion

Porous paving has a lot of green credentials, and that’s part of why it’s becoming more common. Since the pavement lacks traditional fillers, there are gaps that allow water to drain naturally, which prevents puddling and other problems on the surface, and helps maintain the water table below the surface. Porous paving can also forego traditional gutters and other drainage accouterments, as well, since the water will be draining through the pavement rather than sliding down slope.

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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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