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Looking for a rewarding job with lots of opportunities to grow? Consider a career in landscaping!

Looking for a rewarding job with lots of opportunities to grow? Consider a career in landscaping!

If you’re the kind of person who loves being outdoors—and has a passion for all things green and growing—a career in landscaping might be a perfect fit. Job opportunities related to landscaping are more diverse than you might think, and can provide a fun and rewarding way to make a living. Continue reading

Rain barrels are an eco-friendly way to lower your water bill—and they’re simple to make.

Person watering plants using water collected in rain barrel

If you’re looking for a fun and easy project this spring, you might consider making a few rain barrels. These large containers collect water from your downspouts, which you can use for lots of different purposes like watering your lawn, giving your flowers and shrubs a drink, scrubbing your deck, or washing your car. Continue reading

Compost helps your plants thrive. Here’s how to make your own.

Compost bin with an open lid showing landscape debris, egg shells, and vegetable scraps.

Creating a compost pile is a simple, rewarding activity that can lead to more beautiful flowers, bigger vegetables, and a greener lawn—but you have to do it the right way for the best results. Fortunately, composting is inexpensive and doesn’t take too much time, so we wanted to give you a few tips on how to get started. Continue reading

Eco-friendly gardens: 7 ways you can help protect the environment with self-sustaining gardening habits.

Woman filling a watering can from rain barrel

If you’re looking for a fun outdoor project this spring, planting and taking care of an eco-friendly garden is a great choice. It’s a fulfilling activity that helps you enjoy nature while staying mindful about your environmental impact, and it’s an ideal way to add beauty to your property. Continue reading

How to protect your landscape from winter weather.

Brick house and landscape covered in snow

Here in Indiana, winter is a bit of mystery. We can get hit with ice and snow pretty much any time between November all the way into April, and predicting when it’s coming is difficult to say the least. That means you’ve got to be prepared—because if you’re not, ice, snow, and wind can do major damage to your landscape. Here’s what can you do to make sure your landscape is protected. Continue reading