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Three Steps to a Well-Manicured Lawn

Have you ever considered manicuring your lawn, instead of just ‘mowing the yard?’ Read more...

Dealing with Unwanted Water

Spring and summer rain showers are one of the most exciting things nature gives us, with or without their thunder and lightning shows. We enjoy the light spring drizzle that greens the grass, the powerful curtains of summer storm, and the cool autumn rain stripping the leaves fro Read more...

Five Steps to Preparing Your Landscape for Winter

How do you prepare your landscape for the coming fall and winter? Is the winter season destined to leave your landscape bare and ugly? What can you do now to guarantee a hearty, healthy planting next year? Read more...

Rock Solid: the Importance of Rocks in Landscape Design

Large rocks have long been a trademark of Fullmer’s Landscaping’s landscape installations. We’ve long believed that there’s something stabilizing about the presence of rocks in a design. When properly chosen and placed, there’s an unmistakable sense of steadiness and a connection Read more...

We Showed up in HouseTrends Magazine!

We are honored to be featured in Dayton's May edition of Housetrends magazine Read more...

Lessons From a Cutting Torch

ve been taught by a cutting torch. The cutting torch we use operates like this: First you dial open the acetylene valve. Upon hearing the hiss of escaping gas, strike a flint at the tip and out shoots a billowy, fluffy flame about 8-12” long. Impressive and pretty, but rather Read more...

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