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Fall Clean Up Checklist

Somehow this time of year always sneaks up on us. When we need to write down the date for something, we are suddenly shocked at how fall has arrived! Since the busy hustle of getting kids back into school is over and our routines are starting to fall back into place. We start to think of all the work we need to do on our properties in preparation for winter.  I have created a handy checklist of things that need to get done before the snow starts to fly.

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How to Design a Simple Garden in 5 Steps

Designing a garden seems daunting and complicated. I promise you it doesn’t have to be. I have prepared a simple step by step with some design rules to break it down for you. There are many different styles of gardens but these rules still apply no matter what the size or shape.

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How to Create a Low Maintenance Garden

We are busy, we live in a very demanding world. Being able to spend less time maintaining our property is always a great way to reduce our time working. Spending time with our family is the top of our to do list when we get home and the last thing we want to do is pull weeds.  Creating a low maintenance garden is easier than you think and I love the look of them.

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Backyard Pallet Compost Bin DIY

If you live in town or in the country like me, you have considered making a pallet compost bin. I love the idea of being able to turn my garden and raw veggie clippings into food for my plants.

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5 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Landscape Contractor

We all have our concerns when hiring someone to do work in and around our homes. It can be quite invasive having people working for long periods of time in your space. When we look to hire someone to complete a  landscaping project we often rely on work of mouth from our friends and neighbours. If they have had a good experience with the landscape contractor you probably will too.Whispering Pines Landscaping, grasses, natural hill, landscaping

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Living Walls: What are they good for?

When you think of living walls and living privacy fences our minds imagine hedges. These are the original and highly effective privacy screens. Hedges have been used by mankind since the beginning, living walls serve many purposes such as keeping livestock in and predators out.

Living walls and living privacy fences have so many benefits. We often forget that they might even be better than their man made competition. Our natural hedges are great for privacy, once the hedge is established, you can not see through the fence all year long.

Natural hedges are not only for privacy but they also reduce noise levels significantly.

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5 Steps to Increase Curb Appel

We know how HOT the housing market is right now in Ontario. Our team at Whispering Pines are here to help you get top dollar for your house! Curb appeal is everything for getting that asking price or more!

Curb appeal doesn’t have to be crazy expensive or take a lot of your valuable free time. We understand how overwhelming it may seem but if you follow these 5curb appeal easy steps, you will be well on your way to getting top dollar.

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