If you’re selling your home, think of your lawn and garden as your property’s welcome mat – depending on the shape they’re in, buyers will either avoid or be drawn to your home. Even a clean and spiffy house won’t be spared by an unkempt landscape. People can’t help but assume the inside is as messy as the outside. Demand Media writer Cam Merritt discusses how beautiful NJ landscaping can fetch a pretty penny for sellers.
Month: August 2014
It’s easily understandable why most New Jerseyans think spring is the best time to start an NJ landscaping project. After all, it is the season when the grass is greenest and flowers are at their bloomiest. However, the staff of the Washington State Chapter Community Associations Institute offers insight into this not-so-contested issue.
Haskell, New Jersey (August 22, 2014) – The newest online mini-documentary series New Jersey Monthly TV features prominent landscaping company in New Jersey, Scenic Landscaping, in their pilot episode uploaded on YouTube.
Nothing can freshen up your tired garden in late summer more than billows of colorful flowers. Patching green with red, yellow, and other dynamic colors can offer relief to your summer garden.
The human brain is a pattern recognition machine. It works by connecting the dots to create meaning out of the patterns their sense organs detect. This gives humans the ability to appreciate anything that has a rhythm, be it visual, audial, or a combination of the two; and aids in recognizing what is considered visually appealing.
Walking blindly into a pool may seem funny in a cartoon or slapstick comedy, but not in real life. In New Jersey, the number of drowning incidents among children under 5 years is alarming.