Bush Trimming

Since the weather has been so good, we thought we would help out some neighbours with their tree’s and making sure they were all level and ready for a hearty winter. See images below of all the trimming we did around the yard.

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How To Make A Hanging Gutter

Why Bother with a Gutter Garden? Gutter gardens are a great way to take advantage of the vertical spaces around your home to grow flowers, edibles and create a stylish space divider or privacy screen without spending too much money. Materials 1 – 8′ PVC white rain gutter cut...

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How to build a greenhouse

Buying a greenhouse structure from a supplier, then assembling it yourself can save you more than £300 on construction costs – and the bigger the structure, the more you’ll save. On top of building costs, you’ll be saving on ground levelling, building foundations or laying paths inside. None of...

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8 Energy saving tips for the holidays.

1. Control Temperatures Employ a programmable thermometer to automatically switch warmer daytime settings to cooler settings come bedtime. Wisconsin Public Service, a Midwestern energy supplier, advises setting your thermostat between 66°F and 68°F–an acceptable temp for most people. But, when crowds (who emit room-warming body heat) gather, turn thermostats...

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Topsy Turvy Flower Planter

The season of gardening and flowers is upon us! Looking for a striking DIY garden project that you can whip up in an afternoon? Add some height and visual drama to your landscape with this easy-peasy, topsy-turvy planter. Supplies: • rebar – about 6 feet • Sledge hammer or...

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Make a DIY Log Planter

What’s the benefit to using a log as a planter? Logs absorb water and can help feed your flowers. They are also a natural part of the ecosystem. This ensures that when you are done with your planter, you won’t be contributing to a landfill. You can even use...

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