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Grub Alert

Late summer is when most homeowners notice the physical damage of dead patches in their lawn due to grub infestation. Grubs are milky white, c-shaped larvae of several types of beetles. In our area, grubs are one of the most damaging lawn insects. They cause damage to turf in the late summer and early fall. You…

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Native Plants

Native plants are beautiful in all landscapes. They can be used as a mixed wildflower grouping, a border around other types of plants/shrubs or mixed in with other types of exotic perennials for color and a low maintenance garden. Native plants adapt very well when used in their regional climate, require less water and are…

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As we are in full swing of the springtime mowing season, remember…the general rule is to remove no more than 1/3 of the height of the grass. This ensures the root system is not stressed.

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Trees help improve air quality

The National Forest Service conducted a study last year and found that trees have been proven to help improve air quality by 1% in the U.S. Furthermore, they found that trees in urban areas are substantially more important than rural trees due to their proximity to people. When you’re thinking of designing a new landscaping…

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Mowing Guidelines

To create beautiful curb appeal, rotate your mow direction every 2 weeks. This will prevent the grass from growing at a specific angle and prevent ruts from the mower tires and cutting units. The general rule of thumb for cutting is to remove no more than one third (1/3) of the leaf blade during each…

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Your Outdoor End of Season "To Do" List

It’s that time of year to take a walk around your property & make a list of things to do before the winter season is upon us. Remember to empty, clean & store your outdoor flower pots to prevent cracking. Save your potting soil for next year ~ you can re-use it, just add some…

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Watering Tips for New Grass Seed

Your new grass seed requires moisture and favorable temperature ranges for germination. The most important thing to remember is that you must keep the seed moist all the time (not enough water will kill the sprout). It is a commitment to keep your new seed watered correctly, especially immediately following application of seed. If you…

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