I had my landscaping redone about 5 years ago (with a design plan from you guys). Where there were previously flower beds with "blue star creeper" there is now lawn. The blue star creeper has returned and is aggressively crowding out the lawn/grass. Is there anything that can be put on the lawn to kill the blue star creeper, but not the grass - allowing the grass to grow?
I would think that a lawn fertilizer with weed-n-feed would nip it back. It may take a couple applications. Wait for warmer/drier weather before you try this.
Let me know how it works.
I am looking for a contractor that will install curbing around yard and flower beds both in the front and back. Do you do this type of work? If so, I would be interested in getting a bid. If not, do you have any recommendations for a contractor that installs curbing. Thank you for your assistance.
We do not install curbing. However, we can recommend a great company – Lonnies Curb N Lawns 253-445-5323 www.lonniescurbnlawns.com
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I want to add some blue pots to the porch and front beds but not sure how to arrange them or what size to buy.
Thanks so much!
We have been renovating a 1950's house. In the front sits a very ugly concrete slab which I would like to transform into a combination of pavers and star flower or something similar. Would we need to remove the slab? I would prefer not to if it is not necessary.
We have an ornamental Japanese Maple that is not going to fit in our landscaping plans for the house we have moved into. Do you know of anyone that would be interested in purchasing it and removing it? The tree is beautiful with a great mushroom shaped canopy. It is only about 5' tall
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