Whether you live in a dry environment that doesn't receive much rainfall, or simply want to reduce your irrigation costs and efforts, xeriscaping may be just the thing you need.Read More
You got the easy gifts on Black Friday. Before the panic of overnight rush shipping sets in, take a look at our roundup of outdoor-minded gifts. There's something for everyone on your list!Read More
With software for creating landscape visuals readily available, we at YardKit made a paper product — even though we’re based in Silicon Valley, rely on the web to sell our wares, and have years of experience working solely on computer programs to finish landscape design projects for the likes of Google and Stanford. Find out why!Read More
From the YardKit office in San Francisco, city views are a haze of amber ash this week from the fires tearing across Sonoma and Napa. A reminder that a few simple changes to your yard can protect homes from capricious flames and help keep wildfires from spreading.Read More
Whether you're looking for a grand display or a demure keepsake, and have a budget of $16 or $100 or more, this is the definitive list for memorable, contemporary closing gift ideas.Read More
How do you celebrate friends who just bought a house with a unique housewarming gift? Statistics show your friends are likely wishing for something to help them make their new house feel like home.Read More
Demystify Landscape Contractors, Design/Build Contractors, Gardeners and Landscape Managers, and trade specialists (like arborists or electricians), and decide whether a do-it-yourself (DIY) approach is best.Read More
A visit to Lowes or Home Depot can be overwhelming, stopping many landscape improvements before they can start.
Feeling confident navigating these stores is key to getting those great projects you’re dreaming of done. Here are seven shortcuts to get you in and out, fast.Read More
The end of daylight saving time is the perfect time to get your lawn and yard in tip-top shape for the seasons ahead. A few simple steps will reward you in spring with healthier plants and less damage to your yard’s infrastructures and surfaces.
Set the timer for two hours, toss on your favorite plaid scarf, and set out the hot cocoa. You’re ready to winterize your lawn.Read More