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Jan 06

How to Find a Local Landscaping Company in My Area?

When you find yourself in need of a landscaping company, thumbing through countless web pages in an attempt to find a reliable company can be overwhelming. Landscapers offer different levels of…

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Jan 06

How to Winterize Your Landscaping 

When the cold season approaches, it’s crucial to get your landscape ready for the cold weather and ensure everything is healthy when warm weather returns. Many elements of your landscape,…

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Jan 16

What Month Should You Start to Cut Your Lawn?

Has the return of spring made you eager to get out into the yard and get your hands dirty? Timing is an important factor to consider when beginning your Springtime lawn care routine. Many homeowners…

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Feb 03

How Short Should I Cut My Lawn?

If you are a property or homeowner, then at one point, you have struggled with the question: "How short should I cut my lawn?" The reality is that there are several factors that one…

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Feb 10

Adding Different Shrubs to Your Landscape

Shrubs play a vital role in various landscaping designs, and that is why it’s important to understand how they fit in the general garden scheme. While the traditional go-to sources have…

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Feb 18

Kid-Friendly Landscaping Tips

If you have children at home or on the property, you should consider designing your landscape in a child-friendly manner. This means ensuring that the kids are protected from harm as they play…

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Jun 14

Landscape Lighting on a Budget

If you are a property owner looking to enhance the aesthetics of your landscape, then landscape lighting is an excellent solution. While no person wants to pay a higher utility bill, the professionals…

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Jun 29

Signs of Overwatering Your Lawn

When watering your lawn, a lot can go wrong without the proper care and maintenance your irrigation system deserves. If too much water ends up on your grass, it will likely do more harm than good.…

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