2 05, 2022

4 Reasons Native Plants Should Be a Part of Your Landscape

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

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 [...]

1 03, 2022

A Lion or a Lamb?

By |2022-02-07T11:44:50-05:00March 1, 2022|Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

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 [...]

2 02, 2022

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

By |2021-04-20T17:20:41-04:00February 2, 2022|Commercial, Landscape, Lawn Care, Lighting, Maintenance, Patios/Walkways, Ponds, Pools, Walls|0 Comments

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 [...]

1 11, 2021

A Little Preparation Goes a Long Way

By |2021-04-20T17:15:21-04:00November 1, 2021|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

Before you get distracted by the upcoming holidays and the weather turns too cold to work outside, there are a few jobs that need to get done. Doing these few things before Thanksgiving will make a big difference in protecting your plants and lawn from the Winter to come. Deer-proof evergreen shrubs by encircling them with stakes and attaching burlap [...]

6 09, 2021

10 Jobs to Do This Month

By |2021-04-20T17:07:11-04:00September 6, 2021|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

The end of Summer does not mean the end of lawn care.  In fact, September could be the most important month of the year because the cooler temperatures and occasional rain are ideal growing conditions for plants and grass.  So, what you do now will give you a jump on a healthy lawn beautiful beds in the Spring. Aerate: Aerating [...]

7 06, 2021

Lawn Care and Landscape Maintenance

By |2021-04-20T16:58:50-04:00June 7, 2021|Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

All the hard work we did in the Spring should be paying off now that June is here, but there is still some maintenance to do. You will need to prune and shape shrubs and trees from their Spring growth spurts, add mulch to beds where needed, decorate with Summer annuals, and, of course, do your routine grass mowing. Along [...]

5 04, 2021

Jobs to Get Done This Month

By |2021-04-20T16:54:03-04:00April 5, 2021|Landscape, Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

For most homeowners here in the Philly Area, April is the month to start gardening in earnest. The jobs you do this month will lay the foundation for peak season.  So here are a few jobs that you should do now to get started on the right path. Apply fertilizer and weed control to lawns. Once nighttime temps consistently stay [...]

5 01, 2021

Plan for Spring During Winter Down Time

By |2021-04-20T17:45:58-04:00January 5, 2021|Commercial, Landscape, Lawn Care, Lighting, Maintenance, Ponds, Pools, Walls|0 Comments

The holidays are over, and the winter blahs are setting in.  That is why January is such a good time to design and plan those early Spring projects.  Planning your flower beds and Spring projects is a great way to chase away your Winter blues, plus, it gives you a chance to prioritize your needs so you can better budget [...]

3 11, 2020

Leaves, Leaves, and More Leaves

By |2021-04-20T17:42:33-04:00November 3, 2020|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

As we reach the end of the growing season it’s time to deal with the fallen leaves – everyone’s favorite chore, we know.  Hopefully, you’ve been keeping up with them as they fall.  But if you haven’t, now is the time to get them up before it’s too cold to work outside and before the Winter snow covers them. When leaves fall [...]

2 09, 2020

End of Summer Doesn’t Mean the End of Lawn Care

By |2021-04-20T17:37:19-04:00September 2, 2020|Lawn Care, Maintenance|0 Comments

The end of Summer doesn’t mean the end of lawn care.  If fact, September could be the most important month because the cooler temperatures and occasional rain are ideal growing conditions for grass.  So, what you do now will give you a jump on a healthy lawn in the Spring. The first task this September should be aeration.  Aerating your [...]

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