Easy Landscaping for Beginner



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Easy Landscaping for Beginner!

Are you getting annoyed with your unattended garden that full of weed?
No problem, we have the simplest way to bring your beautiful garden back again!

Follow the easy steps below to make your garden Great again!

Step 1:
– Clean up trimmed branches

Step 2:
– Remove weed and stone

Step 3:
– Fill soil at the low spot
– Layout soil evenly

Step 4:
– Level surface evenly

Step 5:
– Lay weed net at desire area (to avoid weed regrow)
– Decorate with pebble slab & stone

Step 6:
– Start planting Bermuda grass

Step 7:
– Press grass surface thoroughly

Step 8:
– Clean up

Require Equipment:
1. Tine-eye Hoe
2. Hoe
3. Bloom Stick
4. Small Tine-eye Hoe
5. Small Hoe
6. Garbage Bag
7. Weed Net
8. Glove
9. Straw Hat

Require Materials:
1. Pebble Stone
2. Bermuda Glass
3. Pebble Slab
4. Sand

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