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Watering Your Garden or Landscaping

Watering Your Garden or Landscaping

Ever wonder why your plants are looking a little droopy or like they might be diseased? It could be that you’re overwatering, not watering them enough or even wetting them down at the wrong time of the day. A few tips about the best way to water your plants: Pay...

Preparing and Planting your Fall Garden

Preparing and Planting your Fall Garden

You might not want to think about it just yet but if you want to get the most out of your fall garden, now is the time to start preparing for it.  Especially, if you want to have some great cool-weather produce. When summer has waned, the first thing need to do is...

Growing Your Own Berries

Growing Your Own Berries

Growing up in the country, there were always all sorts of berries you could pluck right off the bushes in the backyard for a quick, sweet snack. The taste was amazing and the fact that you could walk out your back door and immediately be able to enjoy a smorgasbord of...

Controlling Japanese Beetles

Controlling Japanese Beetles

At first glance, Japanese beetle’s certainly don’t look all that vicious. They’re not that big and they’re even kind of pretty with their metallic green bodies and copper-colored wings. Don’t be deceived, though. These little bugs can cause all sorts of damage to...

Planting Your Early Spring Vegetable Garden

Planting Your Early Spring Vegetable Garden

For gardeners and fresh vegetable lovers, the first hint of spring tends to make them start thinking about tilling the soil, getting their hands dirty and planting some crops. The good news is that you can actually start your garden in March. The bad news is that you...

Tips for Planning a Vegetable Garden

Tips for Planning a Vegetable Garden

One of the best things about the weather warming up and the seasons changing is being able to plant a garden. Is there really anything better for a foodie than being able to gather fresh vegetables whenever they want them, cook them up and then enjoy them in a...

Lawns

Lawns

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Mulching

Mulching

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Weed Control

Weed Control

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Tree & Shrub Planting Instructions

Tree & Shrub Planting Instructions

We hope you find these instructions helpful during the planting and post planting care of your trees and shrubs. For years we have offered helpful advice to our customers to ensure their planted trees & shrubs thrive and perform as expected. Follow the below...

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