May 2014 Newsletter

If a billowy shrub with purple leaves and pink plumes sounds like the landscaping companion you’ve been searching for, consider planting Royal Purple. Also known as a smoke tree, Cotinus coggyria adds a stunning accent to gardens and landscaping. This deciduous shrub grows to 15’ with dark greenish-purple foliage that turns to reddish-purple in the … Continued

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April 2014 Newsletter

Sometimes, building the perfect lawn means starting from ground zero. Perhaps you’ve had recent construction that rutted and damaged your property or maybe you’d like to extend your lawn into irregular or rocky areas. Spring rain showers and cool nights make this the opportune time to prepare for a lawn you’ll admire all summer long. … Continued

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March 2014 Newsletter

Your time is valuable and limited.  If routine lawn maintenance doesn’t fit into your busy schedule, we are here to help.  Save your time for the activities you enjoy and care most about by enrolling in one of our weekly lawn care programs.  We’ll maximize you lawn’s potential to “wow” the neighbors every week of … Continued

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February 2014 Newsletter

Often overlooked, side yards present unexpected opportunities for increasing curb appeal, enhancing interior rooms, and creating private outdoor seating areas. When maximized, side yards are more than connectors between front and back yards. Beyond transporting visitors from point to point, use your narrow side yard to delight guests with an unexpected garden tour by lining … Continued

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January 2014 Newsletter

Mention bulbs and most people think of the daffodils and tulips they planted in the fall. When these bulbs burst into bloom, you can extend your garden’s blooming season by planting another phase of bulbs. Plant spring bulbs in late March or early April and you’ll enjoy their dramatic beauty all summer long. Here are … Continued

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