Landscape Design Principles | Simple Tips for Renewing Your Yard (Part 1 of 4)

Explain with John Valentino (and Chip) their residential landscape renovation plan in Fresno, California. Check the official plans for demolition, construction, lighting, and planting, and learn which aspects of this front yard are being kept and which are being updated-and why. Watch the first step of our landscape renovation now and make sure to subscribe to our channel so you don’t miss the demolition and final result of this amazing renovation. If you find this video rich and want to learn more, be sure to check our website (www.johnandbobs.com) and follow us on social media (@johnandbobs)! #landscapedesign Download our beginner’s guide to soil-based gardening here: Link: Website: J&B’s Facebook: J&B’s Instagram: J&B’s Twitter: Nourish-Biosol: (Organic Fertilizer) Mix: Infiltration: Optimization: Maximization: Recommended Videos : Mobile and Modern Transplanting Tree Backyard Design-John’s Home Garden Design-Chapter: 0:00 Introduction 1:47 Useful, life-improving gardens need to be updated occasionally 2:43 Asphalt-based gardens may be problematic 4:25 Reserved And celebrate all positive elements 6:03 Landscape design is the first step soil, garden, garden soil, organic, garden tips, compost, soil food web, John Bobs, John and Bows, maximize, optimize, Nourish biosol, mix, infiltrate, improve soil, soil food, organic matter, chip chat, Fresno, landscape, organic soil amendment, landscape design, asphalt, cement, driveway, front yard, garden renewal, garden remodeling, front Courtyard renovation, yard renovation, landscaping concept, residential landscape design, architecture, transplanting trees, M use: www.bensound.com.

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  • John & Bob's Smart Soil Solutions
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    What elements do you enjoy the most in your own yard? Let us know in the comments! 🙂

  • Jill E
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    Thank you for your channel! My favorite element in my yard is a huge red oak in the back yard and second favorite thing was changing the grade to make a walk out patio with a seating area. We tore out an old rickety deck and put in pavers. Each year we add to the planting, but now it's on to the front yard project!

  • K Fairy
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    The favorite elements in our yard are the beautiful Japanese maples we have. We have 7 and they are placed in a very artistic manner.

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