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Winter is here and the cold winter weather is right around the corner.  Here are are some simple tips to prep your home for the winter season: If it snows, remove snow from your evergreen shrubs to prevent the branches from breaking.  Tap the branches gently to do this, from the bottom up if there […]

You still have time to prepare your landscape for Winter AND work you do now can have rewards next Spring. Fall is a good time to select and plant trees and shrubs. Fall planting encourages good root development, allowing the plants to get established before spring. If weather is dry, provide water up until the […]

Remember, Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, November 4th 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 […]

All summer long your lawn offered its welcoming green carpet for your family activities, but, come fall, it needs some help to keep looking its best.  Here are some lawn care tips for the fall: Aerate & Overseed – This is one of the best things you can have done to your lawn and there is […]

With the arrival of Fall our gardens and landscape begin their transition for the winter.  This presents a great opportunity to prepare your landscape for the upcoming winter and even for next Spring. Fall is a good time to select and plant trees and shrubs. Fall planting encourages good root development, allowing the plants to […]

There are many things you can do as the summer winds down to prepare your landscape for Fall. There is no better time to sow grass seed than in the period between August 15th and October 15th. This applies to Fescue, Bluegrass, and Ryegrass, some of the most common turf-grasses in our area. Plant Fall […]