Fall Landscaping Ideas for Your Home
The following is a guest post by Cecily Hood of Contain Yourself Design, an Indianapolis-based company that specializes in seasonal container design, as well as landscaping for both commercial and residential clients. Ms. Hood graduated from Ball ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 2, 2014 in Homeowners
Garden Getaway: Creating an Outdoor Living Space
When its time to relax, its easy to get sucked into a couch in front of the TV or a desk chair in front of a computer. But if you really want a luxurious, vacation-at-home kind of spot for every day relaxation, consider your own back yard. There ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 9, 2014 in Homeowners
Keeping the Grass Green(er): How to Keep Your Lawn Looking Good
Taking care of grass may seem like a simple enough task, but with the onset of the blazing heat of Indy’s Summer months, it gets harder and harder to maintain the lush green turfs you’ve worked so hard on all Spring. There are, however, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 26, 2014 in Home Maintenance Tips
8 Cost Effective Ways to Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal
Spring has sprung, which means that houses are coming onto the market each and every day. For those looking for a new home, this is great news for you! But if you're wanting to sell your home, you're gaining competition. One way to get your house to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 20, 2014 in Homeowners
Preparing Your Spring Lawn and Garden in Indianapolis
We have had several days full of beautiful blue skies and it has made me hungry for Spring. Despite the fact that I know we’re not there quite yet, it gives me hope to know it’s not too soon to begin planning for projects which are an ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 18, 2014 in Homeowners
Indianapolis Home & Garden Tours You Don't Want to Miss
If you didn't attend the Indianapolis Home Show at the Convention Center in January, then you missed a good one. But fear not! Indianapolis is known for its full schedule of home and garden tours throughout the year. They are a great way to get ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 23, 2014 in Indianapolis Things to Do
5 Landscaping Projects to Think About in Winter
The weather outside may be frightful, but that doesn’t mean that you can completely neglect your gardening area. Since most plants are at rest and snow tends to cover our area leaving a palette of white and grey, your outdoor area may be ...
Posted by Paula Henry on January 12, 2014 in Homeowners