Bring warmth to that outdoor entertainment space. Now that the holidays have passed, Old Man Winter has set in and the shock of all the credit card bills is just now beginning to diminish, it’s time to start thinking about your landscape again. You know that barren wasteland of which a glimpse is caught now and again through a frosty window. The summer barbecues, family parties and relaxing sunsets are now all just a fond memory. An outdoor entertainment space doesn’t have to be left vacant during the winter months. Just how we turn up the thermostat inside when a chill is in the air, warmth can also be brought outside to make these spaces enjoyable and functional with the use of fire. This is no secret because fire has been warming souls and bringing people together since the beginning of time. It’s today’s applications and uses to harness this primeval element which makes it easily added to any outdoor environment.
And Much, Much More: An Array of Colors, Varieties and Sizes. February is undoubtedly the month of love and the rose has come to symbolize and strengthen this bond for hundreds of years. The high demand for this coveted flower during Valentine’s Day can easily triple in cost compared to that of the summer months. Men across the country can be seen rushing around last minute on Feb. 14 dropping $60-$100 just to pick up 12 of these beauties for their loved one.