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WorldMark Resort Features Redwood Bark in New Landscaping

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Jessica Hewitt

The WorldMark Windsor, California resort recently completed upgrades to the landscaping of the ten acre property. The new landscaping features deeply hued, attractive Redwood Bark in many of the properties’ common areas. As a drought-resistant ground covering, Redwood Bark is ideal for properties, such as resorts, hotels, condominium and apartment complexes, which require both attractive

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Redwood Byproducts for Landscaping

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Redwood Byproducts With summer officially here, it is time to look into creating attractive, drought-tolerant surroundings for your business and home. With drought conditions prevalent throughout the Western U.S., Humboldt Redwood Redwood byproducts are an attractive alternative to water intensive lawns. Redwood byproducts are comprised of Redwood bark and chips. Redwood bark is shredded bark

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In Drought-Ridden California, The Classic Lawn Loses Ground

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SAN DIEGO – Just a year ago, the Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club – which bills itself as having an “exquisitely manicured, visually breathtaking” golf course – featured the same traditional rolling hills of grass found at golf clubs around the country. But then came the $4 million renovation. With shovels and bulldozers, out went

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Drought-Tolerant Landscaping with Redwood Bark

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Jessica Hewitt

During this unprecedented drought across much of the Western United States, water conservation could not be more important. Many state and local governments have enacted stringent water restrictions, particularly with respect to outdoor irrigation. In fact, the California Department of Water Resources is leading a statewide initiative, in partnership with local agencies, to collectively replace 50

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Humboldt Redwood Featured in Recent Yardcore Episodes

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Jessica Hewitt

Humboldt Redwood has been featured in a few, recent episodes of Yardcore, the popular TV show on the DIY Network. Yardcore features landscape professionals Jake and Joel Moss. The duo are given a quick tour of the yard and a five-minute tour of the home’s interior to get clues, and then make it all happen

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Exciting Redwood Kits & Planter Boxes for Sale!

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Humboldt Redwood is pleased to offer exciting Redwood Kits & Planter Boxes for sale! With 14 original items for sale, including a Dog House and versatile Picnic Table, we are certain you will find the perfect item for your own home or a great gift for a friend or family member. Click on the following

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Xeriscaping: The Right Choice for Dry or Drought-Prone Landscapes

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Xeriscaping is an uncommon word for an important topic. Xeriscaping is often defined as the environmental design of residential and other areas, including parks, using appropriate methods for minimizing the need for water use. Particularly in dry or drought-prone areas, such as California and the desert southwest, xeriscaping may be required in some communities and

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Great DIY Projects: Arbors and Gazebos

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At Humboldt Redwood Company, we love inspiring our readers with the endless backyard design possibilities redwood lumber can offer. For a homeowner looking for a highly rewarding backyard project, it’s hard to beat deciding to build redwood garden structures. Arbors and gazebos made from redwood not only look spectacular, they are great for social gatherings,

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Eco Friendly Lawn Care Tips

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Grass covered lawns are a staple of many American homes. The look of lush, green grass is attractive and can contribute to a home’s curb appeal. However, many homeowners are concerned about the environmental impact of grass covered lawns. Watering, fertilizing and mowing can all have negative impacts on the environment. The good news is

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