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Winterizing your Landscape

November 30, 2016

It’s hard to believe that winter will be here in just three weeks — bringing snow, colder temperatures, and festive holidays. But aside from the beauty of the season, there are a few things that need to be taken care of, before you can enjoy (endure) everything that winter has to offer. Seeding. Instead of…

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Walkway Lighting For You

November 2, 2016

It’s hard to believe that we’re preparing for winter, but before you know it, the cold months filled with ice and snow will be upon us. One of the biggest concerns that homeowners have is the wellbeing of those on their property, and with ice forming, it can be a scary thought. One of the…

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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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Keeping Plants And Grass Alive

August 2, 2016

August is statistically one of the hottest months out of the year, and that means a few things for you & your home. Warmer temperatures make for impromptu dips in the pool, but there are other things that also need a cooling off too — your plants! With the sun constantly beating down on them,…

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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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Best Plants For Your Pond

June 22, 2016

Owning a pond in your backyard can sometimes be hard work. Fortunately for homeowners who study the mechanics of this luxurious addition to your landscape, it’s not as bad as many might think. One of the most important components to owning a pond is the cleanliness of the water — and while a filter is…

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Using Rainwater to Your Benefit

April 6, 2016

During the spring months, it seems as if it rains twice as much as usual — but sometimes that’s a good thing! After the cold months of the winter, your plants and lawn need the water in order to prosper. But there have to be other uses for rainwater, right? Right! Check out a few…

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Extending the Life of Your Deck

March 23, 2016

It’s getting warmer, which means it’s almost time for outdoor activities! Before firing up the grill and opening the patio umbrella, take a look at your deck and make sure it’s ready for the season. Preserving the life of your deck not only increases the value of your home, but it’s aesthetically appealing as well.…

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How Landscaping Can Increase Curb Appeal

April 13, 2015

Looking to make a great first impression?  A beautiful landscape is one of the best ways to impress visitors and potential homebuyers alike.  Here are a few ways that updating your landscape can increase your home’s curb appeal. Curb Appeal Tips: Remove Weeds – Weeds in your plant beds and lawn are the first thing that…

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