Planning Your Patio
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
1w ago
The first step to realizing your home’s outdoor living potential is establishing your patio area. The size, shape, and location of your patio area will define the overall layout of your new space and should be well thought out. Asking yourself a few questions is a good place to start: • How will your patio accommodate foot traffic from your house or your lawn?  • Where do you anticipate your seating areas will be located?  • How much square footage will you need to accommodate all the furniture and features that you would like?  You may want some assistance in answering these qu ..read more
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Summer Landscapes Start Now!
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
2M ago
Some people really enjoy the winter, and more power to them, but for a lot of us, the dark days of winter are, well…pretty dark. In the depths of winter, it’s always a relief to look ahead to warmer, brighter days in spring and summer. Do your summertime dreams involve spending time outside, entertaining on your patio with friends or family? If so, now is the time to get the process started. Paver Patios A new patio will transform the form and function of your property. Designed with your specific goals in mind, low-maintenance paver patios can be installed to match the look of your home and c ..read more
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Keep Life Simpler With Single-Source Landscaping
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
3M ago
Maintaining a healthy and vibrant landscape requires a multifaceted approach that includes regular maintenance, lawn and plant health care, and landscape enhancements to keep the property looking fresh. Homeowners often decide to outsource different parts of their landscape care at different times, which often leads to several lawn and landscape companies tending to the same property through the course of the year.  When the option exists, it’s often preferable to hire a single-source landscape contractor to handle all aspects of your property’s needs. By hiring a single company to assis ..read more
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Planning Ahead for 2024 Landscape Projects
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
4M ago
As the year winds down and the holiday season approaches, landscape improvements may not be the first thing on your mind. Creating a landscape plan for next year is a key way to maximize your landscaping efforts, and there’s no time like the present to start thinking about new projects. New patios and outdoor living spaces, planting bed installation, turf area development, and tree installation or removal are all sizable improvements that benefit greatly from deliberate planning. When timed correctly, new improvements will complement existing landscape elements.  For maintenance and lands ..read more
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Don’t Leave Your Landscape in the Dark
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
5M ago
No landscape is complete without the addition of lighting. As long as it’s properly illuminated, your landscape will remain enjoyable long after the sun goes down. With strategic placement, landscape lights can enhance your property’s nighttime curb appeal. Plus, lighting can be used to increase both safety and security throughout your property. First, you’ll need to decide what functions you want your outdoor lights to serve. For example, do you want to illuminate a path or stairway for easier nighttime navigation? Are you looking to extend the useful hours for your patio or outdoor living sp ..read more
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Luxury Outdoor Living
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
6M ago
The term “hardscaping” refers to landscaping features that are permanently established and typically nonliving. Patios, water elements, fire pits and outdoor shelters all fall into this category. Hardscaping additions can transform an underused area of your property into an inviting living space which allows your family and friends to fully enjoy the warmer months. The first step in effective planning is to decide what you want from your new space. You may want a quiet retreat, a place to host large gatherings, or an area that can be a little of both. The key to getting the most out of your ha ..read more
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Chinch bugs: Small in Size but Big in Numbers
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
7M ago
Chinch bugs usually grow to no more than 3.5 millimeters in length. While it may be difficult to think of such small pests as a threat to your lawn, a look at their reproductive habits makes their dangerous potential very clear. Up to seven generations of chinch bugs are possible per season, with adults laying up to 300 eggs during their short lifespan. Millions of chinch bugs could be feasting on your lawn at any given time this summer. Chinch bugs live in the thatch portion of your lawn, using their beak-like mouths to suck plant juices from grass blades. At the same time, they inject a tox ..read more
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Living Landscaping for Definition and Privacy
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
9M ago
Living landscaping such as trees, shrubs, and plant beds can help make your property a beautiful and inviting space. These elements also bring with them practical benefits that include structure, definition, and privacy for your outdoor spaces. The placement of plant beds carves out the shape of your landscape area, creating perimeters that separate turf areas from living spaces. By breaking up your green space into multiple areas, plant beds provide your backyard with variety and usability. Trees and shrubs take this sense of definition a step further by maturing into natural “walls” that yo ..read more
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Looking Ahead to Summer Entertainment!
Rollin's Landscape
by admin
10M ago
It’s time to think about your plans for outdoor summer entertaining. Getting ready for long, enjoyable evenings with family, neighbors and friends starts by accessing your outdoor living areas. If you are looking to expand your entertaining spaces, now is the best time to start the conversation with our landscape design team. We can help with many aspects of your landscape, and here are a few ideas to consider. Paver Patios Is your outdoor living and entertaining space big enough to comfortably fit everything you like to do? Do you favor small gatherings, or do you want to be the place where e ..read more
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Brighten Up the Landscape with Annual Flowers
Rollin's Landscape
by Sean Thompson
1y ago
Brighten Up the Landscape with Annual Flowers Floral displays ring in the growing season with life and color. With annuals, you can enjoy beautiful color throughout the summer season. Annual flowers are a good landscape investment because they’re versatile, colorful, quick to bloom and relatively inexpensive. These dependable single-season flowers hit the ground running and provide a spectacular show all season long. Annuals provide an entire spectrum of options in terms of size, color and growth patterns. Some flowers work well as edging plants. Others can be planted in masses and work well ..read more
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