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Growing Trees For the Future

If you are interested in growing trees in your garden for the first time, it is likely that you will have some questions about how best to proceed. My name is Paul and this is my advice blog. On this blog, I aim to give you some great advice about choosing the right type of trees for your garden and picking the best spot in which to plant them. I will also let you in on a few secret tree care tips which will keep them looking super healthy. I learnt all of this information from a tree contractor who visited my property some years ago. I call him in twice a year to check on my trees and we always have a nice chat.



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4 Landscaping Ideas To Improve Your Backyard

If you are lucky to have a backyard, it is fundamental that you take proper care of this area, so it always looks inviting. Your children can play in the yard; you could host parties, or just take a moment of solitude in this haven. Neglecting the backyard would make such activities impossible and defeats the purpose of having this space on your property. If you wish to make this area more habitable, here are a four landscaping ideas you can implement.


A dramatic entrance to the backyard gives a great impression especially when you are hosting guests. Build a trellis or a patio and line it up with vibrant climbers, clematis, roses, begonias, etc. The pavement towards the sitting area also needs some lush greenery, or better still plant some stunning flowers. Dahlia is a great option that starts blooming mid-summer, or you could try evening primrose, gardenia or hibiscus. This display elevates the outlook of the yard significantly.

Tree lopping

Another critical area to focus on is the trees in the yard. Overgrown trees with weak branches are not only an eyesore but also dangerous because such weak branches may fall on your property. Tree lopping removes unnecessary branches thus leaving the trees neat and healthy. For old stumps in the yard, tree removal is the best remedy, and this will create space for other more appealing landscaping.


If you are raising young children, a backyard playhouse will surely be a winner. Turn this into a family activity by inviting your kids to fetch the materials and share ideas on the playhouse design. You can use sticks and branches from the yard and perhaps add some old cushions from the house. The playhouse might just be the trick you need to get your kids more active outdoors.

Tool shed

You may have purchased your home with this feature in the backyard, or perhaps you installed it yourself. Over the years, the tool shed may become dilapidated, and you do not know whether to take it down or just let it be. How about making it a focal point for the yard by placing various potted plants? You can also set a weatherproof table outside the shed and use it as a serving point when entertaining.


An enchanting backyard makes your home lively for the family, and if you like to entertain, your guests will be thoroughly impressed. Quick tricks like weeding the flower bed, tree pruning, and raking leaves regularly will maintain this appeal.