The first phases of this landscape re-do - new plantings, rock, and pool deck
Posted July 3, 2013 0 comment(s)
Yardmasters Landscapes' most recent project, three years in the making, has transformed the homeowner's property, one area at a time. In the first two phases of this landscape re-do, a dilapidated pool deck was replaced with a new stylish stamped and colored concrete deck. To complement the pool area and entryway to the home, new... + continue reading
Spring Clean-up in the Garden Beds
Posted May 31, 2013 0 comment(s)
Spring is finally upon us (though some days it still doesn't seem like it!), and with it comes those first steps to getting your garden looking its best. To help it on its way, you'll need to do some spring-cleaning. If that sounds a little intimidating, don't worry—we've got you covered! Here are some simple steps to get... + continue reading
Proper Pruning Principles
Posted January 16, 2013 0 comment(s)
If you still have Christmas lights draped around your trees, you might want to start uncoiling them because the prime time for tree pruning is fast approaching. The typical Minnesota winter doesn't provide much motivation for yard work, so I encourage you to instead find motivation in the results of tree pruning – healthy, beautiful,... + continue reading
Salt damaged, cracked concrete.
Posted January 8, 2013 0 comment(s)
It’s that time of year when snow and ice coat driveways and roadways, creating a slippery, dangerous mess. Rock salt (sodium chloride), the traditional means of providing traction and melting ice, is a common ally this time of year, but have you considered the more environmentally friendly options available? If you’re concerned about... + continue reading
Posted January 3, 2013 0 comment(s)
If you checked out our last two blog posts, where we discussed preventing sunscald, then you know that just because the snow starts flying it doesn’t mean you can take a break from yard work for a few months! Like sunscald on thin-barked trees, winter burn is a problem that affects evergreen trees and shrubs during the harsh winter months... + continue reading


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