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Create a Creek Bed Vignette

This weekend project can fit into almost any outdoor space- in between walkways, as part of an island, even next to your driveway. Re-creating a creek bed is an easy way to bring some interest to your property that’s perfect for beginners! Materials List: Provide us your bed dimensions,

7 Tips to Design Your Landscape Beds Like a Pro

Creating beautiful and functional landscape beds can transform your outdoor space into a picturesque haven. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a DIY enthusiast, designing landscape beds is an exciting project that allows you to unleash your creativity while enhancing the natural beauty of your surroundings. We sat down

7 Native Southwest Missouri Plants with Beautiful Blooms

Southwest Missouri is home to a diverse range of native plants, each offering unique beauty and benefits. These plants are not only adapted to the local climate and soil conditions, making them easier to grow, but they also provide essential habitats for local wildlife. This article explores seven native

Hardscape Materials for Beginners

Looking to give your yard a new look, but not sure where to start? Landscaping has several elements that work together to create the unique look you see on Pinterest- there are hardscapes, greenscapes (plants), and lighting. Hardscapes are the “hard” pieces of the landscape like walls, benches, walkways,

How To DIY a Walkway with Pavers 

Walkways can typically be placed in one of two categories.  Whether necessity or style, this project can certainly be taken on by a pro or tackled by an ambitious weekend warrior.  Here are the steps you’ll need to take to get down the path to completion (see what I

Watering Tips

  • Our watering advice is based on plants living in a 72 degree house. Porch life or humidity could have an impact on its watering needs.
  • Always use tepid water for watering your houseplants.
  • Broadleaf plants need less water in fall and winter, but you should never allow the soil to completely dry out.
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