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    If your homes landscape is designed properly it will be a source of enjoyment for your entire family, it will enhance your community and add to the resale value of your property. Landscape design involves much more than placing trees, shrubs and other plants on the property. It is an art which deals with conscious arrangement or organization of outdoor space for human satisfaction and enjoyment. In the "Homeowners Guide To Landscaping" E-Book you will learn how to:

    * Organize and developing your yard for maximum use and pleasure...

    * Create a visual relationship between the house and the site...

    * Reduce landscape maintenance to a practical level...

    People spend tremendous amounts of money landscaping their homes. Much of this money is wasted, however, because of little or no planning. The "Homeowners Guide To Landscaping" will guide you every step of the way, from creating a base plan to choosing plants and trees and landscaping for energy savings.

    Here are the chapters you will find inside this comprehensive manual:

    * Planning The Home Landscape...

    * The Base Plan...

    * Planning For Your Needs...

    * Studying The Site...

    * Landscaping Materials...

    * Placing Your Plants...

    * Choosing And Planting Your Plants...

    * Landscape Construction...

    * Terracing...

    * Backyard Ponds...

    * Landscaping For Energy Savings...

    You can discover the joy and beauty of having a wonderfully landscaped yard with the help of the "Homeowners Guide To Landscaping" E-Book.

    Do you ever dream about what your yard could look like some day? As you look through garden catalogs filled with beautiful trees, shrubs, flowers and pictures of beautifully landscaped yards--complete with ponds and garden sculptures--the choices seem endless. Before ordering hundreds of plants or giving up because you cannot decide what you really want, here are a few things to consider.

    A common issue in landscaping is creating a peaceful, private environment. While fencing can provide immediate privacy, consider a buffer strip of shrubbery between your yard and the one next door. Many shrubs will grow quickly--within a couple of years--and act as a screen while providing habitat for a variety of birds. Consider planting native shrubs because they are usually well adapted to local conditions and may provide the best habitat for local wildlife. Other considerations: whether the plants have special characteristics such as flowers or fruits, how large they will eventually become, and how much maintenance they require to remain healthy and in scale with your yard. Check with a local nursery or garden center for recommended species.

    If you always thought it would be fun to have a pond, try it. With the variety of materials now on the market, anyone can have a garden pond, regardless of the size of the yard. If you have a lot of space, you can build one right in the ground. You can purchase a pre-formed mold or dig a hole and line it with a plastic pond liner. A simple type of pond consists of a plastic lined barrel or tub. Just add water, plants, a pump, and even fish--and you have a pond for your patio. Be sure to consider sources of electricity if you intend to add a pump. Also, make sure you use caution and take security measures if small children have access to your yard and the pond. Another factor to consider is maintenance. A pond can require a lot of effort to keep it clear of algae, leaves, and debris.

    So, go ahead and grab your free app on landscaping ideas now!

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