The Greenery Hardscape
The Greenery Hardscape

Hardscaping refers to all features incorporated into a property's landscape that do not require a high level of care to maintain. This includes things like graveled walkways, gazebos, decorative walls, fences, pavers, fire pits, fountains, water features, rock scapes, ponds, etc. Hardscaping is ideal for homeowners who do not have the time or the resources for excessive maintenance. Properties located in water restricted areas can benefit immensely from hardscaping due to its little to no need for water. Hardscaping brings a level of texture, class, depth and functionality that you can enjoy for the life of your home. You owe it to yourself to come by and take a peeků..

Hardscape Products:


Swirl Flagging


Black Flagging


Brown River Rock


Cedar Bark Rock


Coquina Shell


Crab Rock


Feather Rock


Fossil Rock


Granite Chips


Granite Screenings


Icey


Mexican Beach Pebbles


Mocha Flagstone


Moon Rock


Palmetto Green


Pea Gravel


Penn. Blue Flagstone


Pink Marble Chips


Riverjack


Salt and Pepper


Seminole Chip Mini


Seminole Chip


Snowwhite


Tenn. River Rounds


Tenn. Sandstone


Timberlite


Tumbled Stone


White River Rock


Sedona Red Flagging


Arizona's Rose


Tenn. Fieldstone


Canyon Skippers


Cherry Log Stack


TN Earthly Stack


TN River Rounds


TN River Flats



Decorative Rain Barrels:

Good reasons to use rain barrels:

Rain barrels save homeowners money on their water bills. Garden and lawn irrigation accounts for nearly 40 percent of a home owners water bill. By using rain barrels, homeowners can save up to 1,300 gallons of water during the growing season. The Southwest Florida Water Management District states that a half-inch of rain fills a typical 50- to 55-gallon rain barrel. Connecting multiple barrels maximizes rain capture. Rain barrels provide a free water source for irrigation and ease reliance on the city's water supply.

Tap water may contain inorganic and fluoride compounds that accumulate in the soil over time and potentially harm plant roots and microorganisms in the soil. Rainwater does not contain the same additives found in tap water. It benefits plants in your garden by cleaning the soil of salt buildup, thereby promoting an environment conducive to root development.

Rain barrels help reduce the flow of storm runoff. When it rains, runoff picks up soil, fertilizer, oil, pesticides and other contaminants from hard surfaces and landscapes. Storm runoff is not treated and flows directly into streams, lakes and other bodies of water nearby. Runoff fertilizers increase algae growth in lakes, and excess soil alters the habitat for fish. Bacteria can even make lakes and oceans dangerous for recreational activities. Rain barrels capture water that would have swept over a paved surface or lawn, thereby minimizing runoff pollutants.