By Mary Francois Deweese – Registered Landscape Architect and Sustainable Site Consultant, Principal of Acorn Landscapes, St. Louis, MO.
When buying a new home, make sure your home inspector looks at the entire yard and reports on possible problems. Some landscape related problems can be very costly to repair. It is important for new homeowners to research the types of plants they have in their yard, especially those that are close to the house, and be aware of those that may pose a problem years down the road from weak wood or root invasion. The following are some tips for inspecting a home landscape. Read More