Landscape Design Boise ID

Local resource for landscape design in Boise. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to landscapers, landscaping, lawn care, lawn products, fertilizer and lawn mowers, as well as advice and content on landscape designing and maintenance.

Green Ranch
(208) 392-4403
Boise, ID
Clayton Tree Farm Nampa
(208) 482-6600
Nampa, ID
Natural Lawns & Landscaping
(208) 376-5979
9111 W Pattie Dr
Boise, ID
Harris Lawn & Landscape
(208) 571-7850
1111 Beechwood Dr
Boise, ID
Valley Landscape & Maintenance
(208) 863-0322
Boise, ID
Ball- Edwards Greenhouse
(208) 342-7548
Boise, ID
Edwards Landscape Architecture
(208) 841-5416
6131 S Red Shine Pl
Boise, ID
D & D Landscapes & Lawn
(208) 389-1168
2047 S Doe Creek Way
Boise, ID
Rkh Landscaping
(208) 376-7605
2277 N Siesta Way
Boise, ID
Avalon Landscapes Incorporated
(208) 376-6599
1307 S Maple Grove Rd
Boise, ID

Landscaping Equipment | Essential tools for cultivating your yard

Essential tools for cultivating your yard

Landscaping adds value to your property; it combines aesthetics with functionality, creating a beautiful lawn that is easier to maintain. However, do-it-yourself landscaping is a sizable project, and requires specialized landscaping equipment. You may need anything from a basic shovel to a professional-quality excavator to help you create the outdoor space you've envisioned.

The Basics

The most basic piece of landscaping equipment is a shovel. From adding soil to your flowerbed to clearing out a space for decorative stones in your yard, the shovel is a primary and important tool that can be used for all the stages of do-it-yourself landscaping.

Another piece of equipment that you might already have is a rake. Rakes use their teeth to gather leaves or grass and can be used throughout the landscaping process for clearing dead grass from your yard, loosening soil and performing light weeding or leveling tasks.

The third basic tool that every landscaper needs is a wheelbarrow. Often, you'll be working with a considerable amount of heavy materials, and the wheelbarrow makes transporting them much easier. Sod, stepping stones, mulch and lawn edgings are good examples of common landscaping materials you may need a wheelbarrow to transport.

All three of these tools can be used to prepare your yard for landscaping by removing elements you don't want while making it easier to distribute elements you do want. Additionally, you'll get plenty of use from your shovel, rake and wheelbarrow during your regular yard maintenance.

Advanced Equipment

You'll find that there are just some parts of your landscape plan that can't be done with the tools already in your garage. When this happens, you'll need to rent or buy some specialized landscaping equipment.

A stump grinder is essential if you're planning on removing trees and bushes. While it's extremely time-consuming to dig out the stump of a tree, renting a stump grinde...

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