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August & September are Ideal for Lawn Renovations

Now that the cooler, wetter weather conditions have arrived, it signals your lawn to start growing again – making it ideal for our late summer lawn renovation operations. We plan to begin overseeding work this week. Don’t forget to help the new seeds along with a little additional watering (if necessary). Click “read more” to  Continue Reading »

Written on August 21, 2013 at 10:07 pm, by

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In Defense of the Earthworms

Why do we mulch your garden with composted leaves and bark? It’s important to understand that healthy garden soil is a diverse organic ecosystem and not an inert substance that you can put only chemicals into to make things grow. So even if you’re not willing to become a soil scientist (to all you gardeners  Continue Reading »

Written on June 4, 2013 at 1:38 am, by

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Now is the time to conquer slugs

Nobody likes these slimy critters. If left unchecked, a perfect shade garden can quickly become a tapestry of shredded foliage as a result of slugs’ late-night dining habits. Remedies range from luring them into saucers of beer to full-on chemical warfare. The best approach, however, is to nip the problem in the bud by eliminating  Continue Reading »

Written on June 3, 2013 at 10:33 pm, by

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