Brand New Growing Season

Welcome to a brand new growing season. After a dull and dreary winter, the first sign of spring is enough to put a smile on our face and get us excited for all new possibilities. The birds are singing, the warm sun is shining and flowers are blooming. We are eager each new growing season with all the potential it brings. Our phones are ringing and our calendar is filling up quickly. We are here when you need us, just give us a call to discuss your plans or expectations for the new season and we will be happy to meet with you for a free estimate. We are committed to making your property more beautiful and more valuable while enhancing the quality of the environment we all share.
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Important Elements Of Landscaping Loganville, GA Locals Should Know About

The DIY ethic has become fashionable lately. Credit this to the ready availability of resources including blog posts and video tutorials. Additionally, many people crave to fashion something with their own hands to break away from the pervasive assembly line culture. However, seeing a master craftsman skilfully bring a creation into life is an entirely different matter from a complete novice trying his hand at a particular project. While in some smaller projects, the only risk you may have to contend with is a broken ego, in larger projects, you may also risk hurting your pocket. This applies to landscaping.
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Home Landscaping: Stone Mountain, GA Companies Describe Different Aspects Of A Successful Project

The beauty and functionality of your home cannot be observed and evaluated just within its interiors. While it is indeed true that most of the family’s activities take place inside the house, maintaining the aesthetic appeal as well as the orderliness of the grounds is equally essential — after all, the first thing people see when they arrive at your home would be the front lawn, so keeping the landscape organized and the plants and grass healthy is always a good way to make good, lasting impressions. And if you’re planning to sell the house in the future, a beautiful front yard is always helpful in boosting property value.
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Experts in Landscaping (Lilburn, GA) List 3 Rules for Redesign

You move your family into a wonderful new home. All of the unpacking is done, and everyone is starting to settle in, feel at home, and get back to their usual daily activities. Then one day you head out to get the mail, and realize that you really don’t like the appearance of your lawn. Maybe it’s simple and plain, or maybe it was not cared for by the previous owners, and now looks in disrepair. No matter how beautiful your home may be, the lawn is obviously detracting from the overall picture you’ve envisioned for your home.
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Top Three 2018 Trends in Landscaping You Need To Know

With 2018 just around the corner, new trendy methods of creating the ideal yard you have always wanted to have are coming to light. These styles may not be anything that hasn’t ever been accomplished before, but it is certainly shedding a modern light onto old concepts.
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Natural Outdoor Holiday Decor

Holiday season is here, and the festive outdoor décor is a must for the vibes of the fall and winter holidays. A natural look is always a great way to keep your home and lawn festive, while keeping electrical costs and maintenance to a minimum.
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Designing Your Landscape for Privacy in Loganville, GA

There are dozens of methods of keeping your privacy in Loganville, GA while also having the yard you have always dreamed about. Some ways are more natural than others, but there is always something that works for each property.
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Frugal Landscaping — Loganville, GA Lawn Specialists Share 6 Great Tips

If you are looking to improve the aesthetic value of your home or property, Landscaping is the greatest thing you can do. It can also be an extremely expensive undertaking; you can end up spending hundreds or even thousands of dollars and only receive a little change to your lawn or garden’s look and layout. Should you just write off landscaping your property? Loganville, GA landscaping professionals say, “Not necessarily,” because there are affordable ways to enhance your landscape without breaking the bank. You just have to be a bit more creative, and choose your resources carefully.
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5 Ways to Keep Your Yard Pet-Friendly

Without sacrificing the aesthetic of a beautiful yard, plenty of measures can be taken to ensure the safety and happiness of your canine and feline friends. Whether they live outside or only go out a few times a day, pets deserve a safe environment regardless of the pristine landscape.
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Landscaping (Snellville, GA) – Working with Small Spaces

In a perfect world, you would have everything needed to design and develop the beautiful landscape that you have always dreamed of. Time, money, and yard space are often in short supply. But what can you do if the only thing limiting you is the amount of space you have in your yard? You find ways to make the most with the space you do have. Here we list a few tips and tricks that the landscaping Snellville, GA experts put into practice on a regular basis. There are however, a few important things that you need to consider before utilizing these techniques. The first being that your yard needs a focal point. This could be a water feature, a sculpture, maybe an urn. The concept is simple. You are using small details to make up for the lack of space in your yard.
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Specialists in Landscaping (Lawrenceville, GA) Provide Tips for Easy-to-Care-for Gardens

A lush landscape is indeed a sight to behold. But unknown to many property owners, a beautiful landscape does not necessarily require plenty of resources for its upkeep. With proper use of resources and adequate planning, you can build a beautiful landscape without requiring much time and effort. Follow these tips from the experts in landscaping (Lawrenceville, GA) for a garden that is pleasing to the eye and easy to care for.
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4 Home Products to use as Fertilizers: Lawn Care Snellville GA Experts’ Tips

Our previous article on Epsom Salt was quite a blast, according to our readers. Eco-friendly and organic lawn care and landscaping are trends one cannot ignore, especially if you are the type of homeowner concerned with environmental issues and sustainable lawn care and landscaping. Epsom Salt is one of many natural, organic and around-the-house solutions one has to boost the soil’s richness. There are plenty of other materials you probably have in the kitchen or pantry right now that boost the looks and health of your lawn and garden. Today our lawn care Snellville GA experts are here to offer you some advice on such products – with the amendment that you shouldn’t use them without having your soil tested first. While proper fertilization helps your lawn and landscape to thrive, overdoing things is not the right path to walk on.
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Do You Use Epsom Salt in the Garden? Our Lawn Care Loganville GA Experts Say You Should

There is a lot of talk related to Epsom Salt and its uses in lawns and gardens. This organic mineral has been used for hundreds of years as a home remedy for people and animals, but also as a bio fertilizer with plenty of benefits for anything green. If at first gardeners were simply swearing by it, modern science discovered what farmers knew for decades: Epsom Salt makes crops yield more bountiful, it helps you grow sweeter, larger vegetables and fruits and it keeps your entire property green, lush, and healthy all year long. If you are interested in cheap, organic, widely available fertilizers, then let’s have our lawn care Loganville GA experts talk about Epsom Salt in detail.
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Lawn Care Grayson, GA Experts on 5 Common Organic Mulches’ Pros and Cons

We all know sustainable lawn care and landscaping is easily achievable with the help of organic mulches. By now you have probably heard about natural mulches’ abilities to fertilize the soil, protect it from summer heat, weeds, pests, and diseases. Organic mulches decompose, releasing nutrients into the soil, keep weeds and insects far from your plantings and should always be applied in a layer no thicker than 3 inches. But just like everything else, organic mulches come with a fair share of pros and cons. Today, our lawn care Grayson, GA experts are here to offer you important details related to the most common types of organic mulches.
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Completed Project For Neighbors

This project was a fun and exciting opportunity for three awesome neighbors. Each had old railroad tie walls and steps that were deteriorating. After hard work removing and disposing of the old it was time for the new transformation. Between the neighbors, we installed new diamond pro wall block , aluminum fencing, concrete extension, zoysia sod and pine straw. Thank you to our customers for the business opportunity and our crew for the hard work completing this project. Click below to watch video for before and after of this project.
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Wallis Landscape Wins!!!

We are excited to announce we have won the 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award! Third Year In A Row! This award goes to providers who have achieved and maintained a superior service rating on Angie’s List. Congrats to our team for outstanding work and to our customers for taking the time to review us!
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Raccoons – Rolling Up Sod

Raccoons….as cute as they may seem, the bandit masked animals are wild and are not an unfamiliar sight. They will eat just about anything. 5a99491ff52428fd2cfef6089b42221e When sod is laid (regardless of the time of year) the fresh soil underneath and moisture due to watering attracts worms and grubs to the top of the surface – right under the sod. A delicacy for Raccoons. They are clever and quick to discover when food is to be had. They can actually roll up large chucks of sod to eat the worms and/or grubs. To be honest…we can’t stop the raccoons. The only thing you can do is take away the source of the problem.
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Fall Sale! Save Big On Outdoor Fire Pit!

Are you looking for a way to enhance your backyard and find ways to extend the time spent outdoors that chilly nights might otherwise drive you inside? Whether you want a small space for you and your family or a larger area for entertaining friends and family, having a custom built area with a fire pit is the perfect way to get more from your backyard.
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Aeration: Get the “Hole” Story

Is your lawn getting thin, turning brown or developing spots that just don’t look like it should? Over time, soil becomes compacted and hard and your lawn has trouble filling in thin and browning spots. Normal wear and tear, drought and insects can cause stress to your lawn. Aeration and over seeding your lawn is needed to keep it happy and healthy.
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Fall Is The Best Time For Planting Success

Trees & shrubs add real value to your home and can be planted any time of the growing season. However if you want to give them a real advantage, fall is the ideal time to do it. By planting in the fall, it gives the plant plenty of time to establish the root system before they are exposed to high stressors such as high heat, low temperatures or not enough water. When the Spring arrives, the plant is well established to put out strong leaves, new top growth and lots of flowers. Fall planting gives your plants roots a ‘head start’ over spring planting.
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2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner

Wallis Landscape is honored and excited to announce that we have received the Angie’s List Super Service Award! We would like to sincerely thank all of our great customers who spread the good word about our company values and have gone one step further and left public testimonials about their experience with Wallis Landscape.
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How to Water Your Lawn the Right Way This Summer

Did you know you can keep turf green on top of a concrete slab? It has been done with constant watering daily to prove a point. The lawn looked great until they stopped watering for a few days. Because of the shallow root system the entire lawn turned brown.
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Enhance Your Landscape With An Outdoor Fire Pit

When it is getting cold outside and the days are getting shorter, what better way to extend the day outdoors despite the darkness than with a fire pit. An outdoor fire pit is one of the most attractive, and useful hardscape design features you can install in your backyard landscape.
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Should I Rake the Leaves in My Yard, or Mow Them?

If you dread the leaf-raking and bagging chore each Fall, I have good news for you. You can stop doing it now. No more aching back and wasted time. Instead just mow over those fallen leaves to chop them into tiny pieces. This is called mulching and not only does it save you a lot of time, it also improves your lawn.
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Request Your Free Landscaping Estimate!

When you go with Wallis Landscape, you can custom design the landscape or outdoor living space you’ve always wanted—we offer a hassle free process compared to working with a typical landscaping company! Call us today to learn more about our licensed and insured landscape and hardscaping services in Georgia, or use our fast online form now to request your free, no-obligation estimate!