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2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Hemlock Landscapes has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2015.

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Plan on Plants for Holiday Cheer

Posted by on Nov 26, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Plan on Plants for Holiday Cheer Besides bringing a holiday tree into your home, you can add life and color by decorating with other holiday plants. The poinsettia is a proven performer for festooning a corner, hearth or table top with seasonal cheer. With leaves of white, coral, pink, red or burgundy, as well as in variegated tones, poinsettias splash color wherever you put them. Try grouping several at varied heights (using upside-down terra cotta pots for perches), weaving greenery or garland into bare spots. Your florist will have...

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Are You Fired Up for Fall?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Are You Fired Up for Fall? Cooler nighttime temperatures don’t have to put an end to outdoor enjoyment. With a backyard fire pit or fireplace, you can extend the use of your outdoor living space well into the fall and even winter. Depending on your goals and budget, there are all sorts of options in both styles and materials to meet your specific needs. Fire pits Generally speaking, fire pits are more casual than fireplaces and lend themselves more easily to entertaining. They radiate more heat and can keep more people cozy in chilly weather....

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Don’t Get Eaten Alive – Insects in the Landscape

Posted by on Jul 25, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Don’t Get Eaten Alive – Insects in the Landscape Millions of new trees and shrubs are planted every year. When you add plants to your landscape you beautify your surroundings, help the environment, and add value to your property. Unfortunately, each of these plants may be the favorite food of one or more species of insect or mite. Proper control measures must be planned for and applied to prevent serious injury. We’re never sure just which pests will be a problem in a particular season, nor how severe an infestation will be. But there...

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Importance of Professional Pruning

Posted by on May 22, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Importance of Professional Pruning Why Professional Pruning? To improve a plant’s looks and help it keep the best shape and growth habit. To prompt new growth, since plants respond to pruning by growing. Proper pruning also maximizes flowers and fruit. To reduce foliage to what the roots can support on newly transplanted plants. To improve a plant’s health by removing dead, diseased or insect-infested wood. To allow more air and sunlight to reach inner branches, helping to prevent disease. To remove weak or dead branches that could fall and...

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