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Keep that “Woodsy” feeling in your landscaping

Keep that “Woodsy” feeling in your landscaping.
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Mulch and Stone in the Landscaping

Landscaping inevitably requires that certain areas be covered with either mulch or rock/stone/aggregate. 
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Bluestone is a Natural Choice

There are many ways to incorporate bluestone into your landscaping. 
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Fieldstone Sitting Walls

There are a couple of good reasons to build a fieldstone wall.
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No Lawn to Mow

Here are some things to consider if you’d rather not have to mow a lawn.
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Paver Driveways

When given a little extra attention, driveways can be a fantastic feature in your landscape. 
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Classic New Hampshire Fieldstone Wall at the Street

It’s the quintessential New Hampshire look! When you envision driving around the roads of New Hampshire, you no doubt envision the fieldstone ‘walls’ that are everywhere.
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Xeriscape Plants

If you have sandy soil, or if you do not have an irrigation system, or you have lots of sun and wind, you will be wise to think about using XERISCAPE PLANTS in your landscaping.
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Updating Your Landscaping

If your landscaping looks old, overgrown, outdated in style, and just plain needs a facelift, then perhaps our team can help you decide how to approach your project.
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Granite Steps are a Great Choice!

Need some exterior stone steps? Consider using Granite.  
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