Improving your Soil with Compost

When should I add compost? If you have flower or veggie gardens that haven’t been producing strong plants with great foliage, prolific flowers, or good harvests, then it may be time to amend your soil with compost from [...]

May 3, 2022|

Seasonal Transitions: Landscape & Container Garden Care

Landscape & Container Garden Care: September Deadhead annuals and perennials Benefits of deadheading include; a tidier look, encouraging the plant to set more flower buds, allowing the plant to conserve energy, and preventing seed formation in some plants. Plant trees, [...]

August 24, 2021|

Spring Garden Cleanup

Prepare the Way Spring garden cleanup can be one of the most satisfying parts of any home landscaper's journey. After a long winter and an early brown spring, we are ready to shed the 'ugh' and tidy up outside! While it’s often [...]

April 6, 2020|

Could you get paid to start a Bee Lawn?

If you've spent any time on the internet you've probably picked up on the fact that our Bees aren't doing well. In fact many pollinator species aren't thriving the way our environment and agricultural systems depend on them to do. [...]

March 11, 2020|

Tackle Fall Mole Troubles

You may have made it all summer without too much trouble but fall has brought a maze of grassy mounds around the yard. Many customers have been in looking for ways to fight the moles trying to do serious damage [...]

September 19, 2019|

It’s Time for Spring Lawn Care

Now that our lawns are starting to really green up it is time to get some of those spring lawn tasks crossed off the list.  A little bit of extra attention in the spring can help give you the perfect [...]

April 17, 2019|

Spring Lawn Care

Now that our lawns are starting to really green up it is time to get some of those spring lawn tasks crossed off the list.  A little bit of extra attention in the spring can help give you the perfect [...]

April 12, 2017|

It’s Mole Season

Many customers have been in looking for ways to fight the moles trying to do serious damage to their lawns.  Moles are small mammals that dig their way through the soil with big, paddle like feet and in the process [...]

August 3, 2016|

Summer Lawn Care

Keep your lawn healthy, green and weed free this summer with a few of our summer lawn care tips. Most lawns need 1 – 1.5 inches of rain a week to keep the grass green and healthy looking all summer long.   Without enough [...]

July 12, 2016|

Fight Summer’s Crabgrass Now

It is really starting to feel like spring outside so now is the time to treat your lawn for crabgrass.  Apply Bonide's Phase 1 Crabgrass Preventer and Fertilizer to give your lawn deep green color and prevent crabgrass and other [...]

April 11, 2016|

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