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The latest landscaping news, tips, trends, and more from your friends at All Terrain Landscaping

Spring Yard Projects to Use Your Tax Return On

Everyone knows the age-old adage: Two things you have to do in life are die and pay taxes. We believe, however, that the original phrase goes: Three things you have to do in life are die, pay taxes, and find something fun to do with the tax return in between. With barbecuing, Frisbee playing, and flip-flop wearing right around the corner, you might want to consider spoiling your yard when you get this year’s tax refund. Here are our recommendations for spring projects: Install a fire pit.What an excellent way to

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Go-To Guide for Overseeding Your Lawn

We all dream of that luscious, green blanket of grass that’s thicker than a shampoo model’s hair. If those dreams have been shattered by the disappointing and embarrassing reality of a dead and sparse lawn, we’re here to help. Spring is the prime time for overseeding, so we thought we’d share some wisdom to get your lawn back on track: 1. Choose the right seed Because no two lawns are the same, there are a plethora of seed options to refill bare patches of grass. Be sure to read every

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5 Tips to Be a Pro Gardener This Spring

We know how it goes – you dream of a “Better Homes and Gardens”-worthy garden, but more often than not, it turns into nothing more than a pile of dirt and some bunny droppings. Keep your chin up because this year is going to be different. Follow these foolproof tips to garden like a pro this season: 1. Buddy Up Like the rest of us, plants don’t like to be lonely. Arranging your garden items in close proximity to one another reduces moisture loss and promotes fungal diversity. All of

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Prep Your Landscaping For Spring in 6 Easy Steps

Winter is on its way out the door and now is the perfect time to get reacquainted with the yard you’ve abandoned for the past four months. Slap on the work gloves and grab a rake because it’s time to revamp your yard into the neighborhood’s best landscape! Here are a few ways you can prepare for the season: Fertilize and aerate. Spring is one of the prime times to fertilize your lawn. Be careful not to go overboard – too much nitrogen can cause serious damage. While you’re at

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5 Ways to Save Money on Lawn Care

You aren’t made of cash and neither are we. That’s why we’re banding together to save you the most money possible when it comes to caring for your landscape. Here are our tips for cutting your lawn care expenses: Water conservatively. Your lawn is thirsty, but not that thirsty. Avoid giving it more than 1-2 inches of water each week, including precipitation. Furthermore, make sure your sprinkler system is up to par and isn’t wasting water. Our team will run sprinkler audits and use various technologies to save you an

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5 Ways to Show Your Yard Some Love

Admit it – you kind of treat your lawn like a Valentine. You buy it flowers, you feed it to keep it happy, and you like showing it off to your friends. So, to celebrate Valentine’s Day All Terrain-style, we’d like to share a few more ways you can show your yard some love throughout the year. Dress it up. Nothing lets your lawn know you care better than a few flowers to brighten the landscape. Go wild this year and plant a full garden along with a few shrubs

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