Posts tagged yard work

3 Popular Lawn Edging Tool Brands

This is a guest post by Steve. There are a lot of brands that produce and sell different kinds of lawn edging tools in the market for any type of gardener who is interested in taking on some yard work. An edger can be dangerous and you should know how to properly operate it before using the tool. If you happen to live in Canada and ... see more >>

Planting a Palm Tree and How Much to Water Bougainvillea

Beach Bungalow Time So I got this palm tree a few months ago and it's just been sitting in its pot ever since. I finally got around to planting it in the ground in its final resting place. Here is was before: Here is is now: And some more shots from other vantage points. Before: After: Before: After: I ... see more >>

Beach Bungalow Yard Update

Beach Bungalow Time I wanted to give you an update on how our yard is doing at the beach bungalow, and talk a bit about some plans I have for this week. These pictures were all taken about a week ago, just FYI. I'm almost done putting the rocks on the side of our walkway to give it a more finished look. I also need to get ... see more >>

Yard Work Tools and Equipment

This post will be relevant to you if you have a yard, if you're a landscaper, and/or you live in Kentucky. We know what it's like to go from an apartment to a huge lot. You don't have any rakes, shovels, or lawn mowers to take care of your new yard. So, in comes the new expense. But I can't tell you how nice it is to have a yard to ... see more >>

Destroying a Tile Patio Is So Fun

Home Remodel Time If you need to be updated: Here is a link to previous posts about the Front Yard. Once we got most of the yard done, Kyle got started on the front patio because we did not like it. This was a lot of hard work, and it was really hot. It took about 2 days (a few hours each day to complete), ... see more >>

Building A Multi-Level Planter on a Hill

Home Remodel Time I can't believe September is upon us already! I know you all are busy, so I'm going to try to keep the words short and let the pics mainly speak for themselves, so you can get on with your Labor Day Weekend! And if you're really bored at work or something, you can catch up on the last post about progress on the ... see more >>