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With the quiet winter we have been having and the spring like weather we will be experiencing this week, it’s a great time for getting your spring gardening under way. Order perennial plants and bulbs now for cut flowers this summer. Particularly good choices are phlox, daisies, coreopsis, asters and lilies. Check bulbs or tubers […]

In the above picture we have used different rock throughout this area of the landscape to serve different purposes. Red Chip stone is used as a ground cover, instead of mulch. Boulders are used to create areas of interest. River Rock is used to create the look of a dry creek bed and accent for […]

If you ever thought that your landscape could use an update, you are not alone.  Many homeowners think their landscape looks a little dated, maybe even overgrown, and needs to be refreshed.  Here are 2 things you can do to really make things POP! Remove Dead & Overgrown Shrubs.   Do you have a landscape where […]

Remember, Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, November 5th at 2am, so before you go to bed Saturday night, move your clocks back 1 hour. One added benefit of our seasonal clock changing, is that it can serve as a friendly reminder to take care of some other important tasks around the house which should […]

They say, “Fall is the time for planting”. Planting a new tree will not only enhance the look of your landscape, but it can potentially help you save money on your energy bills while improving the environment we all share. Consider these statistics on the value of planting trees: * The net cooling effect of […]

This is the time of year when many people find their landscape and garden getting away from them.  After working on things through the spring and summer, you start to put off weeding and cleanup as long as possible – sometimes until spring. By staying on top of things now will make things easier next […]