Spent the morning craning in these two boulders with a combined weight of 14 tonnes (30,000lbs) It is absolutely nuts to think last just week this was an idea floated around on site! 😍 🌱 Check out my stories to see the biggest crane in town swing these beauties into place!
Finishing Touches Mulching and edging are the perfect way to finish up your spring yard cleaning. There are two basic types of mulch - organic and inorganic. Natural mulches include things like hardwood chips, grass clippings, and crushed leaves. Synthetic ones, on the other hand, include pebbles, plastic, or rubber mats. There are many benefits of adding mulch to your soil, no matter which type you choose. It will retain moisture to the soil, help with weed control, and contribute to soil health. Edging may seem unnecessary, but it will make a big difference in the overall appeal of your garden. It will make your garden look polished and beautiful. Now is the time to put in some effort and prepare your yard. Let these tips inspire you to make your garden a place where your family will enjoy spending time together and making new memories
Before/After. This one has been a real challenge. Difficult terrain and a tight area to deal with. Finally finished the #rosettaoutcropping wall and irregular steps from @rilampus. Still have a lot of grading and more steps to come, but we’re finally making some progress on this big project. #hardscape @countryfarmsgardencenter