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Cool season vegetables like radishes, lettuce, spinach, peas, and broccoli can be planted as soon as the soil can be worked. Cut ornamental grasses back to 2-3 inches of the ground. Prune out dead branches and winter kill.
LANDSCAPE CENTER ARTICLES
Add a Sandbox to Your Yard
Summer is a great time to play outside. One creative way to get the kids outdoors is by switching up the backyard with some different textures and materials for them to play with. We all know the amazing fun of playing in the sand of the beach. What if you could bring it home to your yard? Here are a…Read More
4 Simple Steps to a Dry Creek Bed
Have you ever considered installing a dry creek bed in your yard? It’s not as hard as you might think. With some help from Asphalt Materials, and 4 simple steps, you can add a beautiful accent to your yard that will look great for years to come. Advantages of a Dry Stream A lot of us love the visual appeal…Read More
6 Reasons to Install a Fire Pit In Your Backyard
If you have always wanted a backyard fire pit, but haven’t yet installed one, you are missing out. Fire pits are entrancing, engaging, and create a natural gathering place in your yard. Our DIY kits make it easier than ever to have your dream backyard fire pit. Read on for 6 reasons why you should install one today! You Can…Read More
The Many Benefits of Mulch
One of the biggest mistakes gardeners make when looking to cut costs is to skip mulching. Many have the misconception that mulch is purely decorative. Huge mistake! Sure, mulch looks great, and it can be the perfect finishing touch to a landscape. But there’s more to it than that. Picture the floor of a healthy, thriving forest. The soil is…Read More
Upgrading That Garden Walkway
A garden walk is a great way to add a finished touch to just about any home landscape. It can stand on its own, leading from one area of your yard to another, or it can serve as part of a larger landscape, bordering, say, a man-made stream or carefully crafted flower bed. And don’t forget that you can apply…Read More
Soil, Compost & Mulch: What’s the Difference?
Now that we’re starting to look forward to spring here in the Salt Lake City area, it’s probably time to start planning for spring planting and what you’ll be putting into your garden this year. Ever wondered about the differences between soil, compost, and mulch, and how each of these products can be used in your home landscaping? Here is…Read More
Landscaping Essentials for Fall
Many are used to the routine of doing serious yardwork during the spring and summer seasons, but what’s in store for landscaping during the fall? Here is a quick look at the landscaping supplies you’ll want to have on hand—and key things you’ll need to remember—as you spruce up and maintain your yard this fall. Landscaping Tools and Supplies Rake…Read More
Landscaping Ideas for Summer Parties
If you’re embarking on a new landscaping project in your backyard and have a particular fondness for summer, why not create a backyard suited perfectly to summer fun? A backyard can be landscaped to provide a suitable area for many summer activities, including s’more making, movie watching, and outdoor lounging. Here are a few stellar ideas to give you inspiration…Read More
5 Common Uses for Sand in Landscaping
Recently on the blog we discussed some of the most common uses for gravel in landscaping. In this post we’re covering 4 common uses for sand in landscaping, from filling a child’s play area to stabilizing walkways and establishing game play surfaces for outdoor sports. Between Pavers Special paver sand is often used to provide leveling beneath pavers and to…Read More
All About Using Landscape Stones and Rocks
In March we talked about 3 uses for gravel in landscaping, but what about working with larger weathered stone and freshly quarried rocks? Landscape stones and rocks don’t exactly fit between stepping stones or work as the primary material in a Zen garden, yet they can still offer a great deal in adding to the curb appeal of your home.…Read More