Your Outdoor Space Needs Winter Attention

winter blog

The cold winter months are almost upon us. They offer a nice break from mowing, pulling weeds and watering, but there are plenty of opportunities to get outside on those… Read More

The Art of Landscaping

A living landscape is nature’s work of art, crafted by humans into functional and aesthetically-pleasing forms. When it comes to performing the landscape work itself, there are people and companies… Read More

The Art of Color

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Nothing announces that “Spring has Sprung!” like the visual impact of stunning flowers! In nature, we can occasionally experience the majesty of wildflowers across an open field, when all of… Read More

Winter Cutbacks Enhance Spring Growth!

It may be the dead of winter, but now is exactly the right time to be preparing your landscape to look its best this spring. Proper spring landscape planning includes… Read More

Sprinkle, Sprinkle, Little Star

sprinkle salt article

Ah, the joys of landscaping in winter time – getting rid of the ice on our walkways and driveways. The most effective way to remove ice is to melt it… Read More

Want Greener Grass?

greener grass article

Is it your goal to have greener grass than your neighbor? Do you often struggle with achieving a rich green color like you see at many of the commercial properties… Read More

The Hows and Whys of Mulching

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Why Mulch? Mulch offers three important advantages to your beds: Enhances moisture retention Reduces weed problems Improves appearance of the beds How Mulch? Most people are aware of the advantages… Read More

Ice Melt Application Tips

Well, old Phil saw his shadow this morning, so you might find yourself applying ice melt to sidewalks and driveways. Here are some tips for application: Any salt product is… Read More