Author: Northern Virginia Landscaping

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Keep Pollinators Safe: 3 Practices to Use in Your Yard

Despite their crucial role in ecological interactions and environmental health, pollinators continue to be endangered due to habitat loss, climate change, and pesticides. Fortunately, your landscape can help preserve local pollinators by incorporating the right plants, avoiding pesticides, and providing

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landscaping retaining wall

What Are Retaining Walls?

A landscape staple with equally useful and tasteful design elements, retaining walls offer erosion control, layout optimization, and design structure to the everyday landscape. Nevertheless, their complexity requires that homeowners turn to a local landscape designer for hardscape installation service.

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Drainage Solutions: Prep Your Home for the Rainy Season

Virginia sees most of its annual rain between March and November. During this time, your home’s drainage mechanisms will be tested by daily (or near-daily) rain showers and thunderstorms. Yet installing gutters and downspouts, French drains, retaining walls, or a

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Hardscaping Patio

3 Sustainable Landscaping Resolutions for 2022

Like many homeowners, you may think about how your landscaping practices impact the local environment. Believe it or not, the difference between unsound practices and professional, sustainable landscaping comes down to a few good choices regarding materials and methods. Specifically,

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Trending Popular Landscape Design Ideas

Owning a home often entails searching for ways to improve the property and make your space appealing and functional. If you own a home and feel at a loss for ideas, take a look at the rising landscape design trends

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