Assess Maintenance Needs Early

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

Assess Maintenance Needs Early Almost every lawn and landscape gets a little out of shape during the off season. But with spring coming on strong, a little “warm-up” conditioning is probably all that’s needed to give you and your property a great jump on the season. Before long it’s going to be time to fire up the grill for that first great-tasting cook-out. And now’s the time to grab an hour here and there to get the yard and patio ready. Taking a walk to take stock… A sunny Saturday afternoon is a great time to...

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Building a Maintenance Plan for the Year to Come

Posted by on Jan 23, 2013 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Building a Maintenance Plan for the Year to Come There are many details to consider in keeping your lawn and landscape in top condition. For example, most properties have a wide variety of trees, shrubs and lawn areas, along with flower and mulch beds in all sizes, shapes and kinds. Including all of these areas in a master maintenance plan can help to make sense of it all, and will lead to a better-organized program. Plus, this usually means fewer problems and less money spent in the long run! The key is to plan for the right maintenance...

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The Power of Professional Care

Posted by on Oct 30, 2012 in Newsletters | 0 comments

The Power of Professional Care Today just about everyone is at least somewhat concerned about the environment. But did you know that working with a company like ours is one of the best ways to help protect our natural resources? Here’s why: Trained professionals keep up to date on the latest treatments, so we can keep your property looking its best while using only what is needed when and where it’s needed for good plant health. We work with these materials every day, so we know the proper percentages and mixtures to use and how...

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Quick Tips for Summer Watering

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012 in Newsletters | 0 comments

Quick Tips for Summer Watering Your Lawn During the growing season, your turf needs an average of 1″ to 1.5″ of water per week from rainfall and/or sprinkling. You should water deeply, but not too often, since deep watering encourages deeper rooting and better health. It’s best to soak the soil to a depth of 6″ each time, and you should try to water early in the morning to avoid evaporation. Give extra attention to hot or dry areas along pavement or in full sun, as well as slopes and hillsides. Your Trees and Shrubs If...

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We’ll Do Your Project Right!

Posted by on May 15, 2012 in Newsletters | 0 comments

President’s Message We’ll Do Your Project Right A landscape project is exciting. Each time we start a job, we share the homeowner’s sense of anticipation. Soon the property is forever changed – more livable, more beautiful. We sometimes hear from property owners about bad experiences with other companies. They tell us of poor planning, unfinished construction, unhealthy or poorly chosen plantings, and even lack of consideration or courtesy. We won’t disappoint you. Because our extensive experience and training go...

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