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June 30, 2014

Your landscaping is an investment of your time your money and there is nothing more frustrating than seeing it get eaten or destroyed by wildlife. Deer, while beautiful and usually peaceful animals, can wreak havoc on your landscaping and garden areas. If you have alre...

May 17, 2014

A climate that directly surrounds your home is your home’s microclimate. Microclimate is important to understand when installing a landscape as it impacts energy efficiency and what plant materials can be used. It’s different then regional climate because it can vary f...

April 6, 2014

A healthy lawn is green, thick, and cool, and it invites you to take off your shoes and walk barefoot on it. It’s where you teach your child how to throw a curveball or to kick a soccer ball. A beautiful lawn shows you have pride in your home and community.

 

If you negl...

March 16, 2014

Wet, swampy or erosion prone areas can become major headaches and need attention. Either you are losing mulch, creating ruts in your yard in a downpour or water sits in one place and becomes stagnant.

 

Dry creek beds are often the answer to problem areas in your landsca...

February 11, 2014

The New Year’s hype has come and gone and with that have also gone many resolutions for the year. Did any of your resolutions involve projects around your home, such as a new outdoor barbeque area, plans for a better lawn, more abundant garden areas or even a new outdo...

January 13, 2014

While the winter season brings continuous fun & festivities for us, plants are going dormant so that they can be brilliant in the spring. Here are some tips to consider for taking care of your plants so that come spring they will flourish.  

 Trees & Shrubs:...

January 12, 2014

Did you ever wonder why certain varieties of seed are started indoors? It is usually because the days to mature harvest exceed the amount of time between your spring Frost-Free Date and your first fall frost. By starting these varieties indoors in advance, you will hav...

January 7, 2014

After a year of a being trampled upon by various activities that tend to pack the soil, the grass roots need a breath of fresh air (oxygen) for respiration that only proper aeration can provide. This helps the root systems better establish themselves for the coming win...

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