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In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight: Kyle Vanderpool, Landscape Designer, Industry Certified Kyle has been in the landscape industry for over 30 years, and Landworks has had the pleasure of having him on our design and management team since April 2014. Kyle has multiple certifications in the landscaping industry, he has taught hardscape certification classes, and has won numerous…

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Landscaping Improvement Award

Landworks receives another Landscape Improvement Award, presented by Mid-America Green Industry Council (MAGICouncil). The design for this back yard project included two separate paver patios (900 sq. ft. main patio and 225 sp. ft. patio), gas fire pit, sitting walls, dry creek bed, drainage, lighting accents and landscaping. We mixed clean line pavers along with pavers…

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Yard of the Month

Congratulations to our designer, Brian Stouse, for managing and designing the landscaping of one of our clients residences for them to receive Hallbrook’s community “Yard of the Month”. Well deserved…It looks fabulous! Photo courtesy of Hallbrook Life magazine, August 2016 Edition

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Preparing Your Lawn and Landscape for Winter

As temperatures grow cooler and the days grow shorter, an important change is going on in your landscape. By altering the way they use available nutrients, your lawn, trees and shrubs are building up food reserves for the cold winter ahead. During this time of year, top growth slows down considerably in your plants. Rather…

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Aeration: Get the "Hole" Story

“I never realized aeration could make such a difference in my lawn!” It’s a comment we often hear from homeowners a few months after trying aeration for the first time. Lawns don’t have to be in poor shape to need core aeration. In fact, aeration is an important part of any good lawn care program.…

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Sprinkler System Tip #3

Sprinkler System Tip #3: Water only when needed. Watering too much and too frequently results in shallow roots, weed growth, disease and fungus.

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Is your sprinkler system measuring up?

Schedule each individual zone to account for the type of sprinkler, sun or shade exposure, and soil in that section. Different zones may need different watering schedules. Watch your system run through its cycle. Make sure your sprinklers are not watering streets, driveways, sidewalks, patios or homes. Water only when needed. Watering too much and…

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