Pro-Turf Landscaping

> Shrub Blog Series – Part Six – Specimen Plants

Amongst your ground covers, borders, etc., you will undoubtedly want a solo planting that stands out. Specimen plants are your centerpieces; they are showy, bold, striking, and colorful. There are a large variety of trees which will serve the purpose of a focal point nicely, and there are a number of extraordinary flowering plants which …

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> Shrub Blog Series – Part Five – Ground Cover Plantings

Ground cover plantings are a great solution to tricky areas in your yard such as slopes and shady spots. They are often low maintenance options that can contend with foot traffic, tough soil conditions, or provide a focal point without too much effort. Ground cover plants tend to creep or clump; they crowd out weeds …

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> Shrub Blog Series – Part Four – Border Plantings and Edging

Whether for appearance or functionality, there are a variety of beautiful plantings you can use to edge your beds. Border plantings not only distinguish the edges of your flower and/or mulch beds, but they can help to keep your beds from eroding away due to the elements, and keep specimen plantings from overgrowing their boundaries. …

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> Shrub Blog Series – Part Three – Privacy Plantings

Perhaps you have nosy neighbors? Perhaps your home is situated in an undesirable part of town, and you would like to block out the view with something more aesthetically pleasing? Or maybe man-made fences just aren’t your thing? Regardless of your reason, privacy plantings can provide a natural screen against many factors and are arguably …

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> Shrub Blog Series – Part Two – Foundation Plantings

If you want a stunning presentation, you need a solid foundation! Welcome to part three of our shrub series: Foundation Plantings! We go over how to design your perfect New England landscape in a previous blog entry. With foundation plantings, you want to be thinking about the structure of your home. Is there anything you …

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