Published Wednesday, August 30th, 2023
Taking care of your lawn means doing a
couple of important things every year. One is called "aerating,"
which means making tiny holes in the ground. This helps air, water, and plant
food reach the roots better. The other is "overseeding," which means
putting down new seeds and making small ditches in the dirt for them, allowing
Published Thursday, August 24th, 2023
When you're starting a new lawn, a question
people often ask is, "Should I plant seeds or sod my lawn?" The
answer to this question can vary for each person because it depends on where
you live and how much time and money you're willing to put in. To help you
battle the confusion, Western
Landscape has put together a list of...
Published Sunday, August 20th, 2023
are many different styles of retaining walls out there, from custom-made
solutions to ones that employ everything from natural stone to concrete. But
not every type or material will be the perfect fit for your property, so how do
you find the best one?Here the landscaping and hardscaping professionals from Western Landscape have...
Published Thursday, August 10th, 2023
When it comes to landscaping, you’ll often
hear the word hardscaping thrown into the mix when discussing the details of
your landscaping maintenance plans or any upgrades. However, if you’re unsure
as to precisely how hardscaping
services differ from traditional landscaping services, the team from Western Landscape has collected