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How Do Irrigation Systems Work?

January 14, 2022

In today’s climate, one moment, the sun shines brightly at a pleasant 80 degrees and the next, we find ourselves facing hours of unexpected snowfall. Consequently, seeding your lawn, crafting your landscape and diligently caring for your yard has transformed into a strategic game akin to chess. Although a lawn irrigation system cannot assist you […]

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Getting Rid of Brown Spots on Your Lawn

September 16, 2021

Jump to: Why Is My Lawn Turning Brown In Spots? How To Fix Brown Lawn Patches Does your otherwise beautiful property have mysterious brown patches that won’t disappear, no matter how much you try to water or fertilize them? Are you tired of having lawn problems? Curb appeal can make or break a first impression […]

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The Rules of the Lawn: How Often You Should Mow Your Lawn

guy mowing grass with push mower
July 13, 2021

When it comes to lawn care, it takes a delicate balance. Mowing your lawn too much can impact how lush it can appear, but not cutting it enough can come with its own drawbacks. Other considerations you make — or forget to make — can also impact how healthy your grass can be. So how […]

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Earth Day 2018 – Protect the Pollinators!

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April 17, 2018

Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22, but that doesn’t mean your garden can’t do its best for the earth every day. One increasingly popular and environmentally friendly approach to landscaping is to create a honey bee/butterfly habitat. Honey bee and butterfly habitats help protect these pollinators, are relatively easy to grow and […]

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Keep Your Business Customer-Friendly in the Winter

dad and kid shopping in the snow
December 21, 2017

The holidays are almost upon us. People will shop all month long, no matter the weather or conditions of the roads. They will slip and slide in the snow and ice to get that perfect gift to make their kids smile on Christmas morning. However, once the holidays end, businesses must continue to entice people […]

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Planning Your Lawn’s Greenery and Flower Beds

lady gardening
February 20, 2017

It is the beginning of February. Snow is piled on the ground, and the weather is frightful. While it may seem too early, now is the time to plan your landscaping for spring. Before you know it, April showers will appear, bringing beautiful weather and green grass everywhere. It is best to have a plan […]

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The Age Old Question: Sodding or Overseeding?

grass with sunlight
October 6, 2016

For centuries, weekend warriors have been baffled when it comes to the fall season and if they should overseed or lay sod down on their lawns so that next spring will bring them new grass growth. These are by far the two most popular techniques for spring growth But whenever you have two useful techniques, […]

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Important Tips To Help Your Lawn Make It Through The Winter

morning frost on grass
November 9, 2015

Home and business owners take advantage of the winter months to forget about their lawn care and landscaping. And rightfully so. Grass and typical garden flowers will not grow or receive proper nourishment during the coldest and shortest days of the year. However, it is important to prepare your lawn before that first frost for […]

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