Stormy Times of Year

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Spring and summer can be stormy times of year from typical seasonal thunderstorms to occasional inbound hurricanes. Wind and rain can cause damage to your landscaping, especially more vulnerable plants such as vegetables or flowers. Here are a few simple ways you can protect your smaller plants from the elements. Cover Your PlantsCovering your plants… Read more »

Weed Free Lawn

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Naturally Weed Free Lawn Chemical weed killers have their place, but their negative effects on the surrounding environment need to be considered. Chemicals in popular weed killers can kill other plants if not applied correctly, can filter through to the water system with rain runoff, kill helpful pollinators or disrupt the natural food chain. Experts… Read more »

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Benefits of Mulch Mulching is a great way to add curb appeal to your property while bringing benefits to your plants and trees. Mulch can be made up of a variety of products including organic material such as bark, wood chips, straw or pine needles or non-organic materials like landscape fabric, recycled tires or river… Read more »

Soil Compaction

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Soil Compaction – What does it mean? Your landscaping success depends on a variety of factors – one of the most important being soil health. Soil health affects the root structure of the plant, the very foundation of your plant’s health. While good soil health includes many different components, soil compaction is an important and… Read more »

Sustainable Watering Practices

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Sustainable Watering Practices As the weather continues to warm, it is important to keep your lawn and landscaping well watered – but this doesn’t have to mean blowing your budget on monthly watering bills. There are ways to take advantage of natural water resources and harvesting to help offset the cost of keeping your landscaping… Read more »