Fall is officially in full swing here, in Camas and Washougal, Washington. Amongst the falling rain, leaves are dropping as well. Though the leaves can be a beautiful sight to behold, they can also wreak havoc on your lawn and yard.
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Are you looking to spruce up your yard in Camas and Washougal, Washington? Tired of tending to weeds throughout your garden beds? Or do you just want to add a completely new look to your landscape? Using rock to accent your landscape may be the answer for you. Here, we’ll discuss the benefits of using landscape rock.
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Fall is clearly on the way here in the Pacific Northwest. And, if you live in Camas, Washougal, or Vancouver, Washington, now is the time to prepare your yard for fall. In this post, you will find some helpful tips for preparing your yard for fall weather.
As summer’s warm weather fades away and autumn begins to show signs of returning here in Camas and Washougal, Washington, many people are hit with the dread that comes along with the first sign of newly sprouting weeds, grass growing vigorously, and an abundance of leaves falling. Tall grass means a mow is in order, but what’s the right way to go about it? Today we’ll be discussing the pros and cons that are involved with the DIY and professional landscape approaches.
For most of the year in the Pacific Northwest, we live with the luxury of not having to worry about watering our lawns. But when the rain finally stops, and the days get warmer, here in Camas and Washougal, Washington, it’s high time to bust out your go-to watering system. Be it a hose end sprinkler or an in-ground system, it’s always worth brushing up on lawn watering techniques as the rainy season fades away.
Having a healthy lawn is usually the result of trial and error. Dethatching, aerating, over-seeding and fertilizing all make a dramatic difference, but even the affects of these beneficial services can be hindered by improper watering. Our hope by the end of this post is to educate you on effective watering habits that will, hopefully, equip you with the information needed to enjoy a happy, healthy lawn.
Food waste in the United States is a genuine problem. The average American family produces up to twenty pounds of unnecessary food waste per month. Even those who are environmentally conscious can’t help but let their eggs shells, tea bags, and banana peels slip through the cracks from time to time. Although these offenses may seem insignificant, food waste piles up in landfills devoid of the oxygen necessary for natural decomposition. Instead, the food decomposes anaerobically and produces methane; a harmful greenhouse gas.
The problem at hand appears to be a daunting one, with no definitive solution. And, while the former may be true, the latter couldn’t be more wrong. Composting is a painless process that if practiced universally and implemented diligently, can make a significant difference. By the end of this post you will be better educated on composting methods and, if you haven’t already started, will persuade you to make composting a part of your everyday life.
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There’s nothing quite like coming home to a healthy, aesthetically pleasing yard. Keeping the lawn, weeds, shrubs (and everything in between) under control is no small feat, especially here in Camas an Washougal, Washington. That is why we’re here to help. At Urban Eden Landscaping, we pride ourselves on our high-quality work. Our employees specialize in all fields of landscape maintenance and are constantly being trained to meet our client’s expectations.
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There’s nothing quite like the sense of joy and accomplishment that comes along with maintaining a healthy lawn and garden. It’s a therapeutic experience that yields fresh herbs and vegetables that are unmatched in nutrients and taste.
But if you’ve spent even a little time working on that green thumb, you know there’s one element of gardening we could all do without; non-beneficial bugs. An infestation can make even the healthiest of gardens go from top notch to topsoil in a matter of weeks.
By the end of this post, our hope is to better inform you on how to deal with garden pests typically found in Camas and Washougal, Washington, in a natural, simple way.
As you well know in Camas and Washougal, Washington, a well landscaped lawn is only as nice as the grass itself. When it comes time to consider revitalizing a dead or dying lawn, there are two options to consider: Seed or sod. Seed and sod are popular methods of lawn renovation that, if applied correctly, have proven results. In this article, we will be outlining the pros and cons associated with seed and sod. Practices that Urban Eden Landscaping has implemented time and again.
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With spring in full swing and summer just ahead here in Camas and Washougal, Washington, the grass is growing quickly! If you’ve spent any time doing landscape work around your home, the question of mulching grass clippings has probably come up. If you’re still deliberating on what to do, hopefully this article will clear things up. Mulching grass clippings is a quick and easy method of cutting your grass. It provides essential nutrients to the lawn, and shaves off time that you would otherwise spend dumping the mower bag.
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