Transform Your Property with New Landscaping Spartanburg SC

A story describing a landscaping overhaul including installation of timed irrigation, brick pavers, columns, decking, and gates. Benefits include increased home value, easier maintenance, and a beautiful yard.

Accent Farms
(864) 592-3110
Spartanburg, SC
Fairforest Nursery
(864) 472-2024
Inman, SC
Maximizing the Effectiveness of Fungicides
P.O. Box 817
Inman, SC
Davidson Farms
(864) 439-0319
Duncan, SC
Miss Kitty's Tree Farm
Campobello, SC
Roebuck Wholesale
(864) 576-0875
Roebuck, SC
Bill Brown Nursery
(864) 472-8090
Inman, SC
Gilbert's Nursery
(864) 592-1734
Chesnee, SC
McMakin Farms
(864) 949-8751
Lyman, SC
Goodman's Nursery
(864) 680-6309
Campobello, SC

Transform Your Property with New Landscaping

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With a vision and a bit of hard work you can make your yard space beautiful again.

Many cities are beginning to require contractors to landscape at least the front of a property, but many older neighborhoods still suffer with that one neighbor who never seems to notice his overgrown, weed-infested yard. It is amazing the difference a yard transformation can make not only for the homeowner, but the neighborhood as well

One such yard comes to mind, it was even complete with those figurines of the jolly couple bent over working in the planter beds. The weeds were almost level with the front porch, creating a habitat for snakes and who knows what else. The trees were in desperate need of pruning, and the fence was falling down. After numerous complaints from neighbors, the complacent homeowner finally took the initiative to clean up his yard. To the elation of the neighbors, he actually began to enjoy himself. He threw himself enthusiastically into his makeover. 

He began by removing all of the weeds and pruning the trees. He then installed raised planter beds out of rough-faced concrete blocks. He installed a full irrigation system complete with timers. Within the planters, he planted perennial flowers and spread a layer of shredded bark. Below each of the planters, he laid sod. Flowing through the center up to his front door is a pathway made of brick pavers . The steps were lined with the same brick up to a front porch with cedar decking . At the...

Read the full article in the CalFinder Remodeling and Home Solar Power Magazine