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Discussion in 'Hardscaping' started by thilawncare, Dec 28, 2006.
Here are a couple pics from some finished work...
looks pretty good man
They over watered the Sod... During the summer.. so two weeks of over watering thined the grass out... They were used to sod in FLA... LoL happens we are going to bring it back next year.... But this job was our first actual design and build persay... but we learned allot from it... lol let me know what we did wrong i can take it.. im still in school and went on my dads 25 years of Construction Exp... But i thought it can out fairly well...
looks very nice
I think you use a few too many small pieces in the dry stack walls. They will eventually push or fall out.
Looks good to me
Is it even possible to over water sod.....
forgetting the watering "issue'
the pic shows the sod in full shade.....
I was thinking the same thing. If that's primarily a bluegrass blend, which much of the sod is up here, you will likely have continuous trouble in that spot.... especially if a lot of that shade is coming from pines.
Yeah, there is alot of shade but it wont be tooo bad.. it had dried up a little and started to green out at the end of the season.. Im hoping the pieces wont fall out... the sod is a tall feuscue shade mix that downeast sod farms grows special for shade... but it was way over watered... by owners who knows.... it was a great start....
It looks great, NICE JOB!!!!!!