Autumn Begins: Projects to Ponder

Autumn Begins: Projects to Ponder As the fall season begins, we begin to see the transition from summer to cooler months ahead. Along with cooler temperatures, you can quickly begin to see the effects that autumn has on your yard. When you start to see the foliage changing colors, then you will know that autumn … Read more

Retaining Walls

Retaining Walls Retaining Walls What is a Retaining Wall? A retaining wall is a rigid structure, which is made to block soil or rocks from sliding. The purpose of them is to keep the soil from sliding downwards on slopes. There are many different materials to choose from because in a home environment, it is … Read more

Concrete Curb Edging

Concrete Curb Edging

Concrete Curb Edging What is Concrete Curb Edging? Edging your curb refers to your landscape as a whole. This includes your lawn, plants and other greenery that surrounds your home. Creating edges for your lawn and garden can help to create a beautiful border. Moreover, this increases the overall look and scenery of your landscape. … Read more

Patios for Every Season

Patio from ESLandscape

Patios for Every Season So, you’ve decided to add a patio to your home and are feeling overwhelmed because there are so many decisions to make. Since the patio is a very versatile space, there is an array of materials to choose from depending on your wants and needs. A properly designed and well-made patio … Read more

Water Features and You

Pond and waterfall landscape

Water Features and You Completing Your Exterior Layout What makes a landscape unique and beautiful? Well, many things can enhance the beauty of your exterior layout, such as your backyard. You can consider adding a walkway, plants and flowers, just to mention a few of the possibilities. However, if you really want to add a … Read more

7 Stone Wall Ideas

7 Stone Wall Ideas 1.       Curved: A Curved fieldstone wall makes a boundary while looking fashionable in the meantime. Fieldstone offers a naturally occurring material for garden dividers. You can either dry stack the stones or use mortar to hold them together. (Dry-stacked walls must not exceed 4 feet tall.) For a natural garden addition, stone walls … Read more