Bountiful Backyards

Bountiful Backyards
Bountiful Backyards offers Landscaping services in Durham NC.

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Bountiful Backyards has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Bountiful Backyards has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Durham, North Carolina is 40 and in the category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Took a rainy tour of South Durham's most productive landscape this week. This 4 year old installation has cherries, apples, pears, grapes, elderberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, peaches and loads of flowering perennials. We've been working closely with the homeowners to make every inch of their yard productive and beautiful. All of this packed into a suburban cul-de-sac!

This Saturday join us and Preservation Durham for a workshop on integrating fruits into your home landscape! We'll be discussing favorite fruits for the Piedmont, organic fertilization methods, companion plantings and tour an established home landscape. For more information and to register
Join Bountiful Backyards and Preservation Durham to learn about integrating fruit trees and berry bushes in the home landscape. There are plenty of ways to make a healthy addition of fruits and berries to your home landscape. Bountiful Backyards has worked with more than 300 residential clients to c...

Bountiful Backyards headquarters will be closed today in solidarity with women around the world for A Day Without A Woman. Our male colleagues will be out working so give them a wave if you see them! For more information on the strike, head here

Y'all, it is way past time to get rid of those Nandina
Last April, Decatur resident Charles Reid found a flock of dead cedar waxwings outside of Decatur High School’s front entrance.

It is going to be a beautiful day to be out in the garden tomorrow! There's still time to register for our Annual Vegetable Workshop. Also! Please note we've changed the location. See you in the garden!
Join us for our winter/spring annual vegetable workshop!