Residential Landscapers Fargo ND
Dakota Contours Landscaping Inc.
1850 Dakota Dr. Unit C
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Jet-Way Multiple Service
Po Box 1498
S & S Landscaping CO Incorporated
2777 Fiechtner Dr
Pro Landscapers LLC
Po Box 7446
Paul Bunyan Tree Service
Po Box 7155
2620 S Gate Dr
Green Season Liqua-Dry Turf
Po Box 7268
Evergreen Enterprises Incorporated
Po Box 5643
818 Kennedy Ct
Bellemare Design Association Incorporated
Po Box 9991
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Front Yard Landscaping Trends
While there are many factors concerning front yard landscaping, many people are looking for a low maintenance, trendy design that will not only add to a home’s curb appeal, but will also keep the stress to a minimum.
One front yard landscaping trend that has become increasing popular is have less grass. Not only does it cost less to maintain, but it also gives the overall landscape design a more natural look (with more focus on trees, plants, flowers, etc). Many people are using clover instead of grass, which is a front yard landscaping trend in itself. Having a clover lawn means way less maintenance, but they also tend to do really well where you normally have dry patches, and they also do well all over the country.
Like changing your law situation, making changes to your irrigation system is also a trend on the rise for a similar reason of less maintenance. While integrating an automatic water system into your front yard landscaping design is a time saver, it usually costs less money in the long run. Not only will it be less time and money, but it also easier for when you don’t want to get out the dead heat to water your lawn.
Another front yard landscaping trend is making sure your curb appeal is the best it can be with plants, flowers, lighting, and walkways. Walkways are becoming more and more popular when putting together the overall front yard landscaping design. Many are creating these walkways as centerpieces of the design that not only beautify your front yard landscaping design, but act as an invitation to your home.
Another thing to consider when creating your front yard landscaping design is to choose plants that are low maintenance, keeping with that theme. Choosing prairie plants is a good example because you can circle a tree with them, and perhaps add some stones to the de...
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