Archive | January 2017
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Time to shed those winter blues and start thinking about the landscaping projects you want to complete when the weather breaks and the joy of working in the yard begins. Start by establishing a budget in order to ensure that you can complete those projects you really need to get done. How much do you […]
You may not always be able to see your lawn under the snow but this is the time you should begin thinking about the work that has to be done to it this spring. What did it look like last fall? Were there big bare spots that didn’t spring back from the summer drought? If […]
Pigeon holing people into specific generations – Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials – seems to be the fad these days. Much of this has to do with marketing but some has to do with changing needs. A landscape trade magazine recently ran a story on how to help aging Baby Boomers enjoy their gardens and […]
Winter landscapes are often depressing. They are pure white when there’s snow on the ground and rather gray when there’s no snow. You can change that and actually add excitement to your winter landscape. If you want to get right into making your drab winter landscape more welcoming, invest in some colorful hardscapes and accessories. […]
Early January may seem like an inappropriate time to be thinking about lush, green lawns and healthy trees and shrubs. For those of us in the business of keeping them healthy, this is the season when we have to renew annual contracts so we can order products and put trained people in place. For this […]