3 Fantastic Ways to Lower the Cost of Your Landscape

3 Fantastic Ways to Lower Costs

Are you looking to add something extra to your landscape without break your budget?

Would you like to have that beautiful curb appeal that you’ve been dreaming of, affordability?

Today, we are looking at 3 fantastic ways to lower the cost of maintaining a beautiful landscape. We all want that curb appeal that impresses all of the neighbors, but at the same time, we don’t want to break the bank. Here are 3 ways that you can get the curb appeal that you want without putting too much of a dent in your wallet.

  1. Buy in Bulk

    Now, as many savvy shoppers know, you have to be careful when you buy in bulk. Sometimes it doesn’t save money, but when you do it right you can save a lot of money. According to Better Homes and Gardens when buying in built have a friend or family member who loves gardening split the cost with you.

    Buy garden and landscape materials in bulk and split the expense. When compared to bagged materials, a truckload of compost, topsoil, mulch, sand, or gravel is much less expensive. Plus, you’ll save even more if you haul it yourself.”

  2. Plan Ahead

    One of the best and easiest ways to save money is to plan ahead. Make sure you research the flowers or trees that you want to purchase. Make sure those flower and trees grow well in the climate where you live. Find out what diseases and bugs the plants or trees are susceptible to. This alone will save you money.

  3. Install Rootwell Pro318s and Rootsticks

    Another great way to save money on overall landscaping maintenance costs is by installing Rootwell Pro318s and Rootsticks. Rootwell Pro318s are for trees and are scientifically proven to promote tree growth and the chances of the trees survival. The Rootstick is for your shrubs, flowers and anything potted.

    Just like the Rootwell Pro318, the Rootstick is a direct to root watering system that provides water, oxygen and nutrients to the root zone. This causes the roots to grow deep into the ground. Both help you save money on your water bill by concentrating water to the root zones and enabling your trees and plants to receive the precious elements they need to grow strong and flourish.

Do you know of any additional ways to lower the overall cost of maintaining your lawn?

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