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  • Summer is here! The weatherman is talking about the heat index, and the Fourth of July is roaring in with full, star-spangled awesomeness. It’s the only time of the year where random explosions in the neighborhood don’t elicit a call to 9-11. This is a time to celebrate the birth of our nation. Oh sure, we could have solemn, dignified ceremonies that recognize the bravery and…

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  • Memorial Day, for many Americans, marks the official start of summer. It’s a time to fire up the grill, put the boat in the water, and gather together with friends and family. Businesses may use it as a time to have a sale and boost traffic to their store. It’s also a much needed, three day weekend for many a weary worker. However, for some, it is a sorrowful reminder of the…

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  • These unique times require unique measures and responses from all of us. We wanted to let you know what our team is doing to ensure seamless and safe business operations in the wake of the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation. The health and safety of our team members, customers, colleagues, neighbors, and families, is our top priority, along with ensuring that…

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  • While not always the main component of a landscape project, lighting can really make a difference in the final project. Adding lighting features to your oasis allows you to enjoy the outdoors no matter what time of day! Lighting also has some practical benefits as they provide safety during the darkest hours and even some protection from pesky mosquitoes! 1. String…

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  • Dandelions are one of the most recognizable signs of spring’s arrival. Their bright, yellow blossoms can be found on the sunny, south sides of yards even before the last remnants of snow have vanished. They’re both beloved and despised. They may be an unwelcome guest for the person that strives for that perfect, weed-free lawn but what mother would not want a freshly picked…

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  • Springtime is often thought to be the best time for planting. Everybody rushes to get their gardens planted for Memorial Day. However, there is still plenty to do in the fall as well. Summer can be rough on our lawns with intense heat, drought, insect and disease pressure, as well as the fact that we use our lawns a lot more during the summer months. All of that traffic and stress can…

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