About Landscaping & Hardscaping In Tennessee.
If your landscape's appearance has suffered during the long winter, it's not too late to revive it. Here at Master's Landscape Design, we have a comprehensive plant catalog available, so you can browse a variety of plants to add to your landscaping in Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, or Lebanon, TN this spring. Our landscaping team will also install the plants you choose for your landscape.
Coming up with the right inspiration for your landscape's design can be difficult, especially if you're starting from scratch. Check out some of the following plants our landscaping crew can install this spring that will bring both aesthetic appeal and an easy upkeep process to your landscape.
Black-eyed Susans are available in different colors including yellow, gold, and bronze. Their distinctive features are their dark brown centers, which serve as striking contrasts to their brightly-colored petals. These perennials reach up to two feet in height, so they can add a sense of fullness to a once-barren landscape. Black-eyed Susans typically don't attract any pests; rather, they entice a variety of pollinators to inhabit your yard in Lebanon and promote its overall ecological health.
Black-eyed Susans pair well with other prairie flowers including butterfly weeds and coneflowers.
Once spring weather rolls around again, many children will want to head out to the playground for some much-needed outdoor time. Playgrounds are great for entertaining kids, but the plants around them can also provide entertainment and education. It's important to install plants around playgrounds that are safe for kids and also hardy so they can stand up against heavy foot traffic.
There are several plants that are good for landscaped playground areas in Tennessee cities such as Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, and Lebanon.
Around a playground in Mt. Juliet, TN, you may sometimes need to create a safety barrier to prevent balls from bouncing out or keep kids from running into the nearby street. Installing a border of shrubbery can help in this regard, but these plants need to be hardy. Using landscape plants that could be potentially weak may lead to you losing money and having to buy new plants. For creating a border around a playground, we recommend these plants:
Mt. Juliet playgrounds are often in full sun, and that sun can quickly heat...
With the new year almost upon us, change is in the air. Have you considered revamping your landscape? Here, we'll provide you with some landscape trends that are projected to prevail in 2020.
We can help design and install a new custom landscape for your home or business in Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, Lebanon, and surrounding cities in Tennessee.
In a world with environmentally-conscious consumers, sustainable gardening is a great choice for your landscape in the new year. Consider some of the ways you can incorporate sustainable gardening into your property:
You can also create a pollinator-friendly landscape that provides a home for butterflies, bees, and more.
The natural ambiance that water features offer is a refreshing break from an increasingly digital world. There are several different types ...
It might be tempting to believe the plants in your yard will just be fine throughout the changing seasons. After all, nature does just fine by itself. But the truth is that landscaped flowers and hedges in your lawn are not quite in their natural environment. And while Tennessee may be in the south, our fall and winter seasons are capable of harming plants.
But don’t worry—there are many things you can do to prepare your garden and landscape for fall weather. Help your plants regulate their temperature, from their tips to the roots, with these tips for Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Hendersonville, and the surrounding areas.
Mulch is a great way to regulate ground temperature. It acts as an insulator for soil and keeps plant roots from freezing and protects them from damage. Most gardens have some kind of mulch, but in preparation for fall is a great time to evaluate the status. If there are any thinned out areas from wind or decomposing mulch, you can add some on to swaddle your plants away from dropping outdoor temperatures.
Now’s the time to cure a plant of any possible diseases or insect infestation. If the trees go into colder temperatures unhealthy, they’re less likely to cope with fall and winter. It makes them more likely to die. A professional landscaping service, like Master's Landscape Design, will be able to help you ensure your yard is...
Ground cover is a key part of maintaining your yard. In areas where there isn’t grass, a ground cover like mulch or rock is recommended. There are many benefits to keeping your soil in good condition and your yard in good health.
Master's Landscape Design has been in business for over 20 years providing mulch and rock installation, as well as many other landscaping services, in Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, and Hendersonville, TN. Let us tell you about the benefits our customers have seen from using our ground cover installation services.
There are several practical benefits to ground cover such as mulch and rocks.
First, ground cover prevents soil erosion. It protects the soil underneath from the rain and snow or from movement by other sources such as normal lawn use. It also helps soil retain moisture and stay nutrient-rich by covering it from the sun. Second, it insulates soil against temperature changes. This can help maintain the quality of the soil—but it also regulates the temperature of any plant roots or anything desirable growing in the soil in your yard.
Third, it prevents weed growth. Weed seeds are less likely to get the sun they need to grow and ground cover will stifle them before they reach the surface of the soil. Bare dirt is a breeding ground for unwanted weeds.
Fourth, it’s beautiful. Your yard will look much nicer with some gorgeous red mulch or...
If you're wanting to sell your home or just invest more into your house and property, there are plenty of ways to attempt to increase your home’s value. From increasing your home’s curb appeal with custom landscaping to added functionality with outdoor lighting, you can possibly increase the value of your property.
If you live in Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Hendersonville, and the surrounding areas of Tennessee, here are some ways to potentially help increase your home’s value.
When thinking about a relatively easy and quick way to add value to your home, prioritize curb appeal with landscaping. According to Forbes, adding landscaping to your home is of the easiest and most affordable ways to increase your home’s value. Because your front yard is the first thing visitors see when they come to your home, it makes the most sense to focus on front landscaping. Adding custom landscaping such as healthy trees, blooming flowers, and neatly trimmed shrubs, makes your home look prettier and much more inviting, and has the most impactful ROI.
If you opt for custom landscaping, it’s also important to include regular lawn and landscape maintenance to maintain your property’s increase in value. Landscaping adds to your home’s curb appeal, but a poorly-maintained landscape will actually detract from your home’s value.
Many are looking to find ways to reduce their carbon footprint as pollution continues to be an issue. Cities have recycling programs, homeowners are creating compost piles, and businesses are using sustainable materials as much as possible.
One way that homeowners can consider increasing their home's eco-friendliness is in their landscaping. Eco-friendly landscaping is growing in popularity and can create a beautiful, sustainable space in your yard.
If you are in Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, Lebanon, or other nearby areas of Tennessee, here are some ways you can go green with your landscaping.
When non-native plants are used in landscaping, it requires more resources to keep them alive because they are not proven to do well in that environment. This means more fertilizer, more fungicide, more herbicide—in other words, more chemicals going into the soil.
Native plants, on the other hand, are much more likely to survive the local climate because they have adapted to the environment. They will not require as much maintenance, time, or energy to keep them in good, healthy condition. Using these native plants means that your landscaping will be more sustainable.
Common native plants and trees to our area of Tennessee include:
The exterior areas of your property offer a quick first impression to guests, family members, and people just passing by. Homeowners are always looking for new ideas to add a little pop to their lawns, and maybe even turn a few heads in the process.
A recent study by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) outlines some not-so-surprising methods that can add new levels of appeal to your property.
Here are some landscaping trends to make your yard stand out in Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Hendersonville, and the nearby Tennessee areas.
According to the NALP study, many homeowners saw an increase in their desire to be home when they added on new projects. An overwhelming 100% of respondents indicated that adding a fire feature to their property increased their overall happiness and joy.
Respondents also showed that new patios increased their desire to be at home, giving those a 97% rating. Adding custom features to your landscaping is a great way to stand out because not only are they customized to your property, they are also gorgeous.
Overall landscape upgrades are also a big selling point, as 27% of real estate agents surveyed by the NALP said they suggest sellers complete a landscaping upgrade before trying to sell their homes.
Another top recent trend is to add a pergola to your outdoor space. These can provide shade and structure for your patio or outdoor...
As the leaves fall and the days grow short, winter settles into TN. While winters in Mt. Juliet, TN may only see a few mild snowfalls, temperatures can drop and fluctuate causing problems for your landscaping and container plants.
Taking care of your plants throughout the winter is imperative to being able to maintain the health and longevity of them. Try these four tips to keep your plants healthy during the winter season!
Your routine of watering plants in the winter has to change from what you usually follow. The major rule to keep in mind during the winter is to water before a cold night or before a freeze. During dips in temperature, drying winds can take a toll on already dry plants. It is important to water early in the morning before a predicted cold night. Watering a plant the morning before a cooler night allows the soil to absorb warmth from the sun and daytime air. It also helps your soil stay moist and avoid drying out.
Mulching is an excellent line of defense for the plants of your landscaping beds. It helps keep the soil and roots of your plants insulated and traps heat from the daylight. Cover your landscaping beds in approximately 3 inches of mulch right after the first freeze.
Be careful to leave space around your tree trunks and plant crowns. You want to lay the thick layer of mulch in such a way as to protect what is under the ground, and not...
Does the winter weather have you dreaming about long summer nights outdoors? Are you thinking it is time to finally install that paver patio, or add on an outdoor kitchen? Winter is the perfect time to start planning, designing, and inquiring about your warm weather projects for next season.
Adding new hardscaping or landscaping improves your curb appeal and adds functionality to your exterior property. Hardscaping is a great way of extending your living space into the outdoors and gives you another area where you can spend quality time with friends and family. These tips will help you get a head start on your planning process!
The first thing to do is research what you are looking to have done. Whether it's installing new landscaping beds or an outdoor fireplace, check out some of the images of our past projects for inspiration to get you going. We have professional designers at the ready who can provide renderings on design ideas. They can show you materials and designs that are popular for the Mt. Juliet, TN area.
Start a Pinterest board online with different colors, textures, and styles that inspire you. Keep in mind your home's architectural style and current color pallet. Your hardscaping materials should complement it without feeling too cluttered.
You need to establish a budget in mind from the beginning. Remember that...
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