Informative garden maintenance tips and great developments in the world of landscaping.

Web Worms… Fact and Fiction

August 26th, 2011

Recently there was a front page article in a paper that described a bunch of locals hanging out in trees… Web Worms!   These worms are seasonal members of our area, they show up and hang out in late summer/early fall, then return to the soil until the next year rolls around.  Some folks are concerned [...]

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Springtime Tips for a Healthy Landscape

April 18th, 2011

The rain is starting to taper off (really!), and it’s time to revisit your outdoor living spaces!  Here’s a  checklist to get you started: Is your irrigation system ready to go?  Make sure it’s running properly after the  winter season by turning it on and checking for proper coverage and any leaks.  Ensure your landscaping [...]

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For a Nice Lawn in Spring, Start Now

February 4th, 2011

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EARLY fall is the time to assess the health of your lawn and take steps to help it grow well next spring. This year that is especially true, because all but the most pampered lawns took a beating during the long summer heat. William Carey, whose company, Master Lawns, comes highly recommended (see Angie’s List), [...]

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