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In maintaining your landscape, one of the most important projects in the spring is mulching. Read on to learn why the majority of garden experts advise that you keep your mulch from the previous year right where it is. Read more

Pruning Trees and Shrubs in Spring

Pruning Trees and Shrubs in Spring

Early spring is a prime time for pruning trees and shrubs, even though some gardening sources advise that you prune spring-flowering trees and shrubs after they bloom. Learn here about why the ideal time for a lot of your pruning is early spring. Read more

Sharpening your mower’s blades twice each season helps maintain your lawn’s health and appearance. Having a sharp blade cuts grass blades cleanly, allowing them to recover quickly. It can also help reduce your mowing time. Read here to learn how to sharpen mower blades like a lawn professional. Read more

Grass is especially vulnerable in colder seasons. In order to have a lush, green yard when spring comes around, year-round care is vital. One of the most important tips for winter lawn care is to discourage excessive foot traffic. Read more

Protect trees and shrubs from winter elements by mulching, wrapping, and creating shielding barriers. When you keep your yard well-maintained during the growing season, your plants and foliage will be better equipped to handle the winter. Read more

Inspecting Ornamentals and Shrubs

Inspecting Ornamentals and Shrubs

When you invest in ornamental trees and shrubs, you're not the only one who can benefit—insects would love to make themselves at home. With regular treatment, you can prevent bugs from damaging your plants. By inspecting your ornamentals and shrubs, you can stop the pests before they do any damage. Read more