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Though the weather may be hot now, chilly fall nights will be here before we know it! When it does cool off, we look forward to building fires in our backyard fire pit. Now is a great time to start the process of installing your own functional and attractive fire pit. We can create a variety of different styles of fire pits—anything from a rustic and natural-looking ring of stones up to a complete outdoor fireplace, and anything in between. We’ll help you decide which style will best compliment your home, landscaping, and individual taste.
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Among the many flowers, bushes, shrubs, and trees available to plant in your yard, there is a variety of plants that produce edible and delicious fruit. Bill has an assortment of fruit plants in his yard, including blueberries and figs. Right now the raspberry bushes are producing tons of sweet raspberries! Raspberries are relatively low-maintenance plants. All they need is plenty of sunshine and they consistently produce raspberries for three or four weeks in the late spring and early summer.
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