We recently added flower beds and planter area along a driveway in Canton, GA.

Day one, we removed all Bermuda grass from the edge of our client’s driveway and then cleaned the driveway before leaving for the day so that the homeowners wouldn’t have to see any mess while we were gone for the day.

Day Two, we covered the new flower bed area with heavy duty landscape paper, pinned down the landscape paper every foot to ensure no Bermuda grass would grow in that area and making weeding much easier.

We then added new black mulch the new flower bed area and also to the entire yard.  We spread more than 30 yards of black mulch and then final touches of red azalea bushes were planted into the new flower beds.