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6 Common Garden Questions Answered In Time for Spring Landscaping

With March around the corner, now is the time to start planning your spring landscaping. For many, plants and all things green can be intimidating, leaving more questions than answers when it comes to your lawn. If this sounds like you, here are some common garden questions and answers. Difference between a perennial and an annual? A perennial is a plant that regrows each spring, usually blooming for only one ...
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Avoid These Winter Landscape Hazards

During the winter, few things are more breathtaking than a fresh blanket of snow covering your trees and lawn. But underneath that layer of white, there is potential damage taking place to your landscape in the form of fractured grass, snow mold, and dormant grass. We’ve got a few solutions to help protect your landscaping from these winter landscape hazards when the cold weather hits to help minimize damage and ...
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Working with a Landscape Architect in Winter?

Get Ahead This Winter: Plan Your Landscape Projects Now During the cold months when most of our time is spent indoors, the last thing homeowners are thinking about is their landscaping. However, winter is the ideal time to start planning for the upcoming spring and summer seasons with a landscape architect. Why Start Planning Now? A Landscape Architect Can Help You Get Inspired The cold season allows for plenty of ...
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Enhance Your Landscape Year-Round with Evergreens

Each winter, the bright colors of spring and summer seem to fade away, and what’s left is a vast landscape of grey. However, there is a not-so-secret weapon that landscapers and savvy homeowners use to give their winter landscape a boost: the evergreens. What Is an Evergreen? An evergreen is a plant that has foliage that remains green and functional through more than one growing season. This also pertains to ...
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