1. Thoughts on Landscaping & Hardscaping

    If you’ve ever seen a home, commercial building, or educational institution that has just a lawn in front of it and no flowers, trees, or bushes, you probably thought something looked a bit off. Eve…Read More

  2. Full-Service Lawn Care

    When you are looking out the window or strolling across your lawn of your Independence home, you may be imagining what the lawn could be if you invested in freshening up the look. If you are looking a…Read More

  3. Lawn Care Basics

    The lawn of your home sets a tone for visitors to your home or business. When someone pulls up and sees your lawn, be it a small patch or several acres, they will form an opinion. You can tell if a pe…Read More

  4. A Kansas-Themed Garden!

    With the return of the gardening season, it’s always nice to add a little something to your garden to add a little flair. There are many themes you can feature in your garden and we are sure to feat…Read More

  5. Your Kansas Flower Garden

    The hot and dry summers of the Independence, Kansas area offer challenges when growing a flower garden, but they also offer plenty of rewards. The average growing season in this area is 150 days. You …Read More

  6. Your Kansas Vegetable Garden

    If you were to stop into the TLC Nursery & Outdoor Living Garden Center this week, you’d see that we are all set up to help you get a start on your spring gardening. From muck boots to tools to …Read More

  7. Backyard Chickens & Bees

    TLC Nursery & Outdoor Living is all about making the most of your yard and garden. We know that the people in the Independence area love their lawns green and lush, and their flower gardens full o…Read More

  8. Gardening in Tornado Alley

    Living in tornado alley is akin to living on a dart board. We know that, as springtime arrives and cold air from the north collides with moist warm air from the south, lines of storms will form and ro…Read More

  9. Growing Season Plans

    What would you like to see in your yard and garden this year? This year, the first day of spring occurs on March 20th. This day marks the start of the season and a bustling year of activity for us at …Read More