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All American Landscape is the Twin Cities landscaping design/build company with a distinguished reputation for superiority in design, architecture, construction, landscape care, and customer service. Our distinguished landscape design portfolio is full of creative ideas for outdoor structures, lighting, patios, bars, decks, retaining walls, fire features, sport courts, and swimming pool design. Our hard-working team of landscapers serves clients in metro Minneapolis, St. Paul, the Twin Cities suburbs.
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Most people know only about landscaping as a way to maintain their gardens like pruning some plants or taking out the weeds. But landscaping services can do so much more for a garden whether it's big or small.Landscaping is changing the appearance of a lawn or backyard. It can involve trimming the grass or pruning some branches of a tree but it can also entail building or adding on some structures to give a lawn or backyard more appeal. Landscapers can even add or remove some of the soil just to alter the feature of the whole layout of the land.There are so many ways for landscaping to improve the appearance of your backyard. Your backyard doesn't even have to be enormous for it to have potential. Some people equate landscaping with mansions or large fields but even the most modest lawns can turn out to be wondrous landscapes if the design is right. With the right amount of budget and a little creativity you could have a beautiful lawn or backyard in no time. Before you start looking for an expert in landscaping, try visualizing first how you want your backyard to look like. Better yet, look at photos of beautiful landscapes online or in magazines so that you could have a more concrete idea on the appearance of your lawn.When you're ready to meet with a landscaper, there are a few details you should know first so that you'll be able to choose the right person for the job. First, pick a landscaper that has experience. Landscaping can be quite expensive so be careful in choosing a landscaper so that you won't end up remodeling your lawn a number of times. A landscaper with experience has clients that could vouch for his or her professionalism. Ask around about the landscapers you are canvassing and you might be able to discern which one is the most efficient.Picking the most affordable landscaper is just as important as picking the most efficient. If you want to pick a landscaper that you can afford, try asking your roster of landscaping firms to place a bid. This way you could see which landscaping firm can do the job at the most decent price.After you've chosen a landscaper to your liking, the next thing to do is to discuss the details on your lawn. You and your landscaper must be on the same page with everything otherwise you'll have problems in the near future. No detail is trivial and you should discuss everything with your landscaper. From the kind of grass you want to use up to the kind of water feature you want installed, every detail should be discussed with your landscaper. When you're working the designs with your landscaper try your best to hear their opinions even if it means getting rid of some of your designs. Landscaping services providers are experts in figuring out what water feature or backyard structure works best with the lawn so let them help you with your lawn.
Ideas for replacing a walnut tree with plants that are resistant to Juglone toxicity.
If you’ve ever removed a Black Walnut tree from your yard and have found that very few plants will grow in its place or the ones that do grow grow very poorly, the problem is generally due to a chemical that Walnut trees produce called Juglone.
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Even if you’ve removed the tree completely and it has been gone for years, you may still find that plants still have a hard time growing. Some folks find than even if they replace the top soil several inches deep, the new plants still show signs of Juglone toxicity. The problem here is that until any remaining roots have completely decomposed, there will still be traces of the chemical in the soil.
The solution to getting plants to grow in the effected bare area in your yard may be to use plants that are resistant to Juglone toxicity. Many annuals will do well as will these in the following list.
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