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Concrete Paving Stones for your BC Landscape

Concrete paving stones for your BC landscape are valued for the low-cost and long term durability. They are a great alternative to poured concrete or asphalt, the large slabs tend to bend and crack over time. Originally this technology came from Europe, after WW2 they needed an affordable way or rebuilding streets damaged by the fighting.
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Tips for Landscaping Around a Pool

Choosing the right hard and soft landscaping features around your pool creates the right look for your outdoor living space. The pool always the focal point of your back yard, choosing the right plants will show off the pool effectively. The wrong choices can detract from the entire scene, or even worse overshadow the focal point of your yard. Here are some tips for landscaping around a pool!
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Multipurpose Landscape Design Ideas

Blossom Hill believes in maximizing the use of any space, no matter the size. Every dollar you spend on your landscape can be twice as useful with a little creativity during the design phase. Landscape design elements can both solve a problem and create an amenity at the same time. Here are some multipurpose landscape design ideas for you to consider.
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Hillside Landscaping in BC

Hillside landscaping in BC has to address the simple problem of holding your property in place. Even a small hill on your property can present challenges and create long-term problems if not addressed properly. Designs will vary depending on the location, materials and surrounding properties, however the basics will be the same for most. You need to hold the soil in place to prevent erosion.
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Garden Paths and Walkways for Your Landscape

Garden paths and walkways for your landscape are generally a necessary hardscape element in most designs. Your landscape may contain functional areas such as a sandbox for the kids, or purely aesthetic elements such as a small fountain or pond. Regardless, you need to plan access from one area to another to prevent visitors from traipsing where they are not supposed to, and provide an easy path for regular maintenance.
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Create an Edible Landscape in BC

There is a ton of productive agricultural land that is wasted on the cultivation of lawns and shrubs across the Lower Mainland. While there is nothing wrong with having that perfectly manicured lawn, why not create an edible landscape in BC as well? Beauty and bounty can work together if you take the time to design a multi-functional space that includes form and function.
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Landscaping Windbreaks in BC

Wind can cause a number of problems for your home. Many parts of BC are exposed to the wind, and they are not limited to coastal cities that face wind off the ocean. The Fraser Valley can act as a wind tunnel as well and any property owner in the flat areas of the valley will tell you how much wind they experience. Landscaping windbreaks in BC have a number of advantages, the main benefit is reduced heating costs for your home.
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