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Storing Garden Tools This Winter

December 8, 2016

As we inch closer to the frigid days of winter, we’re yet again stuck back preparing for what might be a season filled with cold temperatures and a ton of snow. We sometimes forget to take care of the smaller things, only to realize come spring, that we should have. Your garden tools are a…

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Prepping For Fall

September 6, 2016

With Fall on the way, there are a number of things that should be done in order to prepare. Yes, pumpkins on the stoop, broomsticks on the grass, and apple cider are all necessary, but we’re talking about something else. Your landscape deserves a little bit of TLC before the temperatures drop too low to…

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FALLing For Flowers

August 24, 2016

Though it might seem far away, Fall is right around the corner, and it’s important to plan for the season earlier than later. When thinking about your outdoor environment, flowers are something that usually concerns homeowners, whether they’re avid planters or not. A great way to keep your home looking fresh & new is to…

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Hardscapes Galore: Tasteful Offerings

July 25, 2016

Taking pride in your home is something you should be doing as a homeowner, right? Right! Albeit traditional landscape offerings can be great, sometimes flowers and shrubbery aren’t the best complements to a home. And thus, we bring hardscapes into the equation. These larger, handmade pieces provide exceptional accenting to your home, as well as…

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How to Safely Enjoy an Outdoor Fire Pit

March 30, 2015

Are you ready for warm weather and nights spent outdoors around a fire pit?  During the spring and summer months, fire pits are the perfect way to end a great night spent with family and friends.  We just want to make sure that homeowners are using their fire pits safely.  Here are a few tips…

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