The right living screens or privacy plantings take eco-fencing to a new level: they create a beautiful way to enclose and protect your private world, and add natural interest to your landscaping. Not only are they an excellent way to […]
Taking the time to have your patios, walkways, steps and retaining walls checked for cracks and minor repairs now, before winter comes in and makes small issues into big ones is vital! When your guests are walking up a smooth […]
While beautiful on the branches, fallen autumn leaves can be harmful to your landscape and if not promptly removed, will interfere with the performance of your gutters. Keeping leaves off your lawn . . . Removing fallen leaves from your […]
Proper preparation now can mean the difference between your plants merely surviving the stresses of winter and actually thriving as conditions grow harsher with the falling temperatures. Don’t underestimate the value of mulch Covering the ground around your perennials, shrubs […]
More comfortable temperatures make this an opportune time to do some yard tidying and to ready your irrigation systems for the winter cold that’s on the way.
Is your landscape everything it could be? Take a little time now to evaluate your yard and consider filling out the areas that need some enhancement with these fall friendly plantings.
Although it may be difficult to think about now, beginning preparation and planning for snow removal early will save you a lot of headache come winter.
Keeping your yard a lush green can be a challenge, especially with the intense heat this time of the year. To make the job easier, simple techniques like aeration and overseeding are a must, but to be successful it's crucial these are done properly.
When selecting and arranging plants for your garden, it’s often tempting to include a diverse group of non- native plants to make your landscape more unique.
In the Northeast, the deer population continues to rise and home gardens all around our area are in danger of becoming the next meal for a hungry stag or doe.