Our biggest motivation is always to meet and exceed the needs of our wonderful clients.
We get almost all of our business through referrals from happy customers and colleagues, and choose to keep it that way. And this allows us to keep our pricing more competitive without having to cover advertising overhead.
But I gotta say, getting recognition is pretty cool, especially when it's not something we pursued.
Gardening, on a budget? Sounds like an oxymoron to me!
Let's face it. We all start out with a fabulous idea for the perfect addition to our garden or landscape, and inevitably realize that it's more complicated and expensive that we imagined.
Sometimes there's just no getting around it - some projects, whether you do-it-yourself or hire someone are just going to be pricey. A paver patio for example, or an elaborate gazebo. In the case of a paver patio there are definitely some materials choices that can be made, some very creative, but there's just nothing like the look and durability of a properly build paver patio. And that costs.
But in most cases, there are often many budget friendly material options to achieving your garden addition. And, I'll just be really honest here, a lot of times it ends up looking (and lasting) like a thrown together project.
Even with cheaper materials it's really important to consider the longevity of the material as well as the way you build it to make it worth your while. Because, in the end you're time will be worth way more than the materials and you want to spend your time in a meaningful way so that you can enjoy your beautiful project for a good long while.
So, in the spirit of sharing some artful uses of unusual garden materials, I decided to put together this blog post to focus on a few that I think are worth considering. I've got 6 Budget Material ideas for you - let's get to it.
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I think it's vital to carve out time in your schedule, whether it be weekly or just monthly, to open yourself up to creativity. It may seem frivolous if you aren't an artist, but the truth is that doing something creative is beneficial in countless physical and emotional ways. It's good for you!
And it brings you together with other people in a positive and open way. Nothing bad about that.
There are two general ways to incorporate more creativity and artfulness into your life:
- Do it yourself - as in, create something
- Explore and support the arts in your community
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Hey there. I'm Miriam ~ and I've been doing this my whole life. It's my passion.
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