March is in full swing, and now is the time to start getting down and dirty with your yard to be sure it looks its best once the weather really warms up. Make things easier for yourself and try a few landscaping hacks to kick start your spring:
Take your landscaping game to the next level with a heavy duty tarp. Used to move lightweight items, hold soil while digging, keep grass clean, and more, this is a great investment and can assist in many hacks for your landscape.
An easy way to give some curb appeal to your home is to plant a garden around your mailbox. Establish a bed or use a pot creatively, like the image shown. With little effort, you can transform the small space from utility to beauty.
It’s hard to end up with a cohesive look in a yard if you start on one project at a time without a clear vision of what you want to final product to look like. Working from a plan allows you to truly visualize the space and what can be accomplished. Not sure how to get started? Check out some free plans here.
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