relandscape

relandscape

(riːˈlændˌskeɪp)
vb (tr)
to landscape again after a previous landscaping
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They then called on friends to retile, relandscape, and repaint the house, increasing its value.
Often you think the only solution would be to totally relandscape, but a bit of sprucingup can have a dramatic effect.
'I also want to relandscape the front lawn and develop a vegetable garden so we can give away the vegetables to the mothers.
At the park, Pierre Huyghe likewise takes a hidden swampy area, hires an Alice and Wonderland gardener who, accompanied by two incredibly skinny dogs, relandscape the plot into another kind of space.
If you're extremely busy at work, you're unlikely to have time to totally relandscape your garden on your own.
You can build this well as part of an egress window project or simply relandscape an existing window well.
If you're extremely busy at work you're unlikely to have time to totally relandscape your garden on your own.
It was the start of a snowball effect that rejuvenated interest in the area and led to a special taxing district to repave, relandscape and repair the pockmarked sidewalks and streets.
Now is the best time to relandscape. Here's help choosing a ground cover
In fact, nature's response to most fires is rapid regrowth, which can cause problems when you're trying to relandscape. On the Burdick property, the fire caused many seeds, including Monterey pine and weedy broom, to germinate.