Beginning a landscape project in the winter may seem odd, but it's actually a great time to select a designer, plan the project, select materials, collect bids and install hardscapes. What's more, many professionals have less work during this time of year, so they can give your project their full attention, and often at a reduced fee. Best of all, you're not waiting in line for their services when planting season arrives. Give us a call now and enjoy your new yard this spri
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Organic lawn care creates a lush green lawn without using the toxic chemical fertilizers we have so commonly turned to. Organic treated lawns are more thick and lush because the lawn is truly healthy; not just living off regularly applied synthetic chemicals. The problem with synthetic chemical fertilizers.
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It is important to find out how much you are watering your lawn to ensure you are not over watering. More often then not homeowners judge their watering requirements by the color of the grass. This method does not work since a properly watered lawn is not going to be less green then an over watered lawn.This is also a great activity for kids to be involved in so they learn the importance of water conservation.Here is how you measure how much you are watering your lawn Step
With all of the snow we have reicieved this winter, you might be thinking that there is no need to winter water your trees and shrubs. This can be a big mistake. Most of the snow that covers the ground actually evaporates back into the air thanks to our extremely dry climate. Make sure you winter water (especially the evergreens) at least once a month when no snow is covering the area surrounding the plant. This will keep your plants from getting stressed and will help give t