Landscape & Irrigation
Perhaps the most frustrating and time consuming aspect of gardening or landscaping is weed control.
If you have any experience gardening or landscaping you know exactly how irritating weed control often is.
Think about it- the phrase "grows like a weed" is cute and fun when describing your niece or nephew. But if the average weed grew at even half the speed of your niece or nephew you'd still be filling your time with fighting and removing them!
The ancient philosopher Aristotle couldn't have been more accurate when he famously said that "nature abhors a vacuum." While you work so diligently to keep the space between your flowers and trees clean, maybe covered in a beautiful dark mulch, mother nature seems determined to fill that empty space with weeds.
And as soon as you get them all pulled up and plucked out they seem to be sprouting again. Pull weeds all morning on a Saturday and your head won't hit the pillow that night before they start poking their tiny heads through your soil.
Weeds aren't problematic solely because of their lack of aesthetic appeal, however. They can also house and attract harmful insects in to your precious garden.
They compete with your flowers and plants for vital