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Should I use a sealer on my pavers?
Sealers – It is recommended by manufacturers but not essential. This will increase the life and appearance of the paver over time. Using correct sealers and cleaners will make it easier to remove unwanted stains.

Why should I use mulch in my garden?
The principal purpose behind mulching is to retain moisture in the soil, and at the same time inhibit the growth of weeds. There are many different kinds of mulches available, both organic, like pine chips, grass clippings, and eucalyptus chips or shreds, and inorganic, like plastic or rubber sheeting. Some mulch, such as shredded yard waste, are essentially free, others like landscaping cloth, can be pricey. The three primary considerations in choosing a mulch, would normally be performance, attractiveness, and cost.

Mulch – This will assist in the suppression of weeds. It will also help maintain moisture in the soil. Resulting in healthier plants and a tidy garden. Mulch should be approx. 75-100mm thick.
 
I've decided to work on my own landscape plan. How do I begin planning?
On paper. Take precise measurements of the areas of your yard, and draw a sketch of your property. Highlight in red areas with underground cables (with the help of your local utility companies). Note which areas are sunny, which shady. Pay special attention to problem areas: areas with poor drainage, erosion problems, etc. As you set this information down on paper, a clearer picture of what needs to be done emerges.
Source: http://landscaping.about.com/cs/lazylandscaping/f/plans_FAQ.htm

What would be the first landscaping issue that I should look into?
Your home is your best investment. Therefore, its safety is of paramount concern. If there are large old trees whose branches are looming ominously over the roof of your home, you may have a significant hazard on your hands. To protect your home, you may have to Hire a Pro for Tree Limbing, because tree limbing can be a dangerous operation.  
Source: http://landscaping.about.com/cs/lazylandscaping/f/tree_limbing.htm

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