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Grass Seed vs Sod

Is your new construction lot ready to “go green?” Does your lackluster lawn need a bit of love? Now’s the time to talk about how to turn your turf (or lack thereof) into a green oasis. Making the right decision between grass seed vs sod starts with knowing your soil....

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Winter Lawn Care

There’s no denying it: the colder weather is here! But before you think about winter, look ahead to next spring – and how you want your yard to feel when these winter months are over. Preparing the yard and protecting it all winter will help achieve a healthy lawn...

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Plant Profile – Bald Cypress

The Bald Cypress is an interesting tree.  While during the growing season it looks like a cone bearing evergreen tree, it is actually a deciduous tree with a beautiful red fall color. It is an incredible hardy tree and adapts to many different soil types.  It can...

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New Software – Time to Upgrade

As we grow and times continue to shift and change, we adapt as well.  This year, a part of this for us is implementing new tracking software for our crews.  We’ve been working with the new software for a few months now.  While it has been a learning process, we are...

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Scheduling Challenges

This season has been a challenge since it started.  Between our shutdown in March due to Covid 19 and the rain, we are behind on all services.  The spring clean ups and mulching are ongoing and we are working our way through the list.  Because each week has been so...

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Plant Profile – Creeping Myrtle

Creeping Myrtle is a fast growing ground cover plant that is great for spaces where other flowers won’t grow, like under pine trees. It will take root and spread over the area in no time. It has a lavender flower that contrasts well with the dark green leaves. The...

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Prepping for Home Show Season

It’s the end of another maintenance season. We are working our way through the last of the leaf clean ups and finalizing our winter plans. The plow routes are almost finalized and the salt has been stocked. I’m still not quite sure how it’s December already but here...

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