Leaves, Leaves, and More Leaves. Time to Tidy Up for a Winters Nap!

November is a beautiful time of the year when leaves are changing colors, but it’s also time to start preparing our landscapes before winter. Here are several things to consider doing this November Remove leaves from your lawn and gardens to prevent dead spots from matted leaves. Removing leaves from your gardens will also discourage damage caused by rodents taking up [...]

3 Reasons to Plant in the Fall

“The best time to plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second-best time is now” “Fall is for planting” is a catchphrase that has been used by plant nurseries around here for years. So, what makes fall a good time to plant? Cooler temperatures are ideal for plants to settle in and acclimate to their new home. Typically, rain [...]

By |2022-03-11T13:12:01-05:00October 3, 2022|Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

Fall Is for Planting and Turf Care

Fall Is for Planting and Turf Care I’m often asked, “How often should I aerate my lawn?” The simple answer is most lawns benefit from aeration once a year, but twice a year won’t hurt it, but keep reading. Some of the Benefits of Aeration Include: Improved air exchange between the atmosphere and the soil which leads to better root [...]

By |2022-03-28T00:20:39-04:00September 5, 2022|Commercial, Landscape, Maintenance|0 Comments

Simple Guidelines to Trim Your Shrubs

Simple Guidelines to Trim Your Shrubs To encourage your hedges to grow optimally after trimming, it’s important to know the best time and the best way to do it. Generally, follow a few simple rules and you’ll be good, but remember, there are always a few exceptions. Plants That Flower in Springtime Trim after they have bloomed. Shrubs, such as [...]

By |2022-03-11T13:02:40-05:00August 1, 2022|Landscape, Maintenance|0 Comments

Happy 4th of July and thank you for your business!

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By |2022-03-11T13:02:26-05:00July 1, 2022|Announcement|0 Comments

Ways to Keep Your Lawn Healthy in the Heat of Summer

Water in the Morning Mornings are the best time to water lawns – and gardens for that matter. When you water in the morning, the sun has yet to rise to its full intensity, so, your soil is more able to absorb water. Watering later in the day causes evaporation. Also, water deeply and less often to promote deeper roots. [...]

By |2022-03-11T13:28:17-05:00June 6, 2022|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

4 Reasons Native Plants Should Be a Part of Your Landscape

1. Native Plants Are Good for the Environment Native grown plants require less care, have fewer pest and disease issues, and generally use less water and fertilizer than non-native plants. Native plants can also prevent water run-off and improve air quality. 2. Native Plants Create BENIFICIAL Wildlife Habitat in Your Backyard When native plants thrive in their original environment, they [...]

By |2022-03-11T13:28:28-05:00May 2, 2022|Landscape, Lawn Care|0 Comments

3 Landscaping Problems to Look Out for This Spring

Over mulching, erosion, and weeds are just some of the problems homeowners contend with year after year. Below are some tips on how to address these common problems. 1. Improper Mulching: Mulching is one of the most beneficial acts a homeowner can do for the health of their trees and gardens however, using the wrong materials or applying too much, [...]

By |2022-03-11T13:02:13-05:00April 4, 2022|Landscape, Maintenance|0 Comments

A Lion or a Lamb?

If you have read all of our blogs (and we hope you have) you probably noticed a recurring theme: Preparation is key for beautiful beds and gardens, a healthy lawn, and welcoming outdoor spaces. Well, March is one of those months that is hard to plan for – it could be mild and sunny one day and then dump 6 [...]

Combating the Winter Blahs: More Things You Can Do to Prep for Spring

By now your garden and beds are all prepped for the winter and you have sketched and planned your Spring landscaping and hardscaping projects (You have been doing your assignments, haven’t you?). But if you are still anxious to get out in the yard and get some fresh air on a mild day, there are still a few more things [...]

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