Archive | November 2018
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Tips To Keep Winter Foraging Rodents At Bay
Some of the smallest animals do some of the most serious damage to landscapes in the winter. That’s because their food sources are low to the ground, and their traditional food may be covered with snow. The animals I’m talking about are mice, voles and even rabbits. The tips here don’t apply to deer. They […]
Winter Prep For Perennials
Perennials are, arguably, the most popular landscape plants. One reason for their popularity is that they don’t have to be replanted every season like annuals do. Even if they are cut back to the ground, they’ll reappear in the spring. Another reason for perennials’ popularity is the number of varieties available in the nursery trade. […]
The confidence you place in our staff has, once again, earned us the honor of being named one of Rochester’s Top 100 fastest growing, privately owned companies. I thank each of you who placed your valuable landscape in the hands of the more than 130 professionals who are part of the Birchcrest family. We also […]