Bright Leaf Landscaping

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Bright Leaf Landscaping
Bright Leaf Landscaping offers Landscaping services in Durham NC.

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Bright Leaf Landscaping has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Bright Leaf Landscaping has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Durham, North Carolina is 40 and in the Landscaping Services & Supplies category is 55. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Read our latest blog post about practical ways to manage Microstegium before it takes over your yard. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/how-to-manage-microstegium/
Microstegium is a warm weather annual that can take over your yard in the summer. Because it grows quickly and spreads easily, it can be difficult to manage.

http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/tips-for-gardeners-afraid-of-bugs/ #NCgarden
Bugs can be an uncomfortable part of spending time outdoors and in your garden. Read on for tips on how to deal with your NC garden's bugs with humor.

We commonly use dwarf shrubs in our Durham landscape designs. Our latest blog post provides details about some of our favorite dwarf shrubs to use in NC landscaping. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/my-favorite-dwarf-shrubs-in-durham-gardens/

Our latest blog post gives you tips for designing low-maintenance landscaping in your yard. Contact us for more help with designing a garden that you can easily maintain. (919) 475-1015. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/low-maintenance-landscaping/

Check out our latest blog post about incorporating seasonal color into your garden with plants that bear fruit like berries. http://www.brightleaflandscaping.com/news-info/colorful-fruit-for-every-season/
One great way to incorporate seasonal color into your landscape design is to include fruit-bearing plants. They add beauty while attracting birds to your yard.