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Break Up The Snow With Winter Color

That title may seem impossible when you look out the window at a sea of white after a fresh snowfall. With a little planning, you can easily and inexpensively add some color to you landscape. Not a big splash of bright color like spring, mind you, but enough muted tones to break up the single […]

Expand Your Garden Knowledge This Winter

Bears do it; chipmunks do it. Even we humans do it. Hibernate that is. If you plan to hibernate this winter, why not use the time to expand your gardening knowledge? Even if you’re an experienced gardener, there’s a wealth of information out there. Combine “old school” and “new media” in your pursuit of knowledge. […]

When Trees Fight With Overhead Wires, Trees Lose

Trees growing into electric wires have been a problem ever since electricity was harnessed. As people become more aware of trees, their structure and health needs, they look at utility pruning in a different light. For large, mature trees near electric wires, however, it is too late to do anything about it. New, stricter New […]

Is It Time For A Landscape Renovation?

The winter ascending on our corner of the world might provide the incentive to take stock in that landscape you enjoy watching out the window. Ask yourself a series of questions: How long have you lived in your home? When was the last time you did any interior renovation work? When was the last time […]