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Taking Care of Fall Mums

November 15th, 2019
Taking Care of Fall Mums

Mums are a stunning part of a fall landscape, and when cared for well, they can come back with vibrancy year after year.

Mums are a stunning part of a fall landscape, and when cared for well, they can come back with vibrancy year after year. Thanks to the wide variety of color and the vibrancy and wealth of blooms, mums are a fall favorite. Every autumn you’ll see pots of the fun florals on most doorsteps. However, most people forget that these colorful blooms can be a perennial with a little planning and care!  Read the rest of this entry »

3 Signs of Soil Erosion

November 8th, 2019
3 Signs of Soil Erosion

You might not be able to spot soil erosion when you see it.

You might not be able to spot soil erosion when you see it. When it comes to taking care of your landscape this might be one of the most difficult problems to deal with, but you don’t need to worry! With the team of experts at Atlantic Maintenance Group on your side, you’ll be able to find the signs of soil erosion and put a stop to them!  Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Should Paint Your Home Before Putting it on the Market

November 1st, 2019
Why You Should Paint Your Home Before Putting it on the Market

Selling a home quickly is as much of a science as it is an art.

Selling a home quickly is as much of a science as it is an art. Thankfully, that’s great news for anyone preparing to put their home on the market. If you are going to be placing your home on the market anytime soon, one of the best tried-and-true methods to ensure a quick sale is painting your home before selling. Professional painting services will transform the way that your home looks, and buyers will notice! Why should you invest in professional painting services before selling your home? Read the rest of this entry »

Adding New Color to Your Landscape

October 25th, 2019
Adding New Color to Your Landscape

No matter the time of year, the best way to spruce up a landscape is to add plants that give a pop of color.

No matter the time of year, the best way to spruce up a landscape is to add plants that give a pop of color. Taking the outdoor space around your home and turning it from monotonous greens to a riot of color can change the personality of your whole space, giving you a vibrant retreat to call your own. Depending on the seasons, your options for adding color may be limited or limitless but there is always something you can do to spruce up the landscape. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Fantastic Flowers to Plant in the Fall

October 18th, 2019
6 Fantastic Flowers to Plant in the Fall

Fall is a great time to landscape and grow some truly spectacular flowers and grasses, especially if you have container gardens.

Many people think of gardening as solely a spring and summer hobby, but it doesn’t have to be. Fall is a great time to landscape and then start to grow some truly spectacular flowers and grasses, especially if you have container gardens. With the days getting shorter and temperatures cooling down, these hardy beauties will be the perfect thing to liven up your yard. Read the rest of this entry »

Why Your Commercial Building Needs Better Outdoor Lighting

October 11th, 2019
Why Your Commercial Building Needs Better Outdoor Lighting

This is a huge motivator for upgrading the outdoor lighting around your exterior. What do you need to know about it?

Now that fall is here, the nights are getting longer. But that doesn’t mean you need to close up shop, as many restaurants and retail locations are open much longer than offices and other commercial establishments. But this is a huge motivator for upgrading the outdoor lighting around your exterior. What do you need to know about it?  Read the rest of this entry »

3 Things to Think About Before You Plant Your Next Tree

October 4th, 2019
3 Things to Think About Before You Plant Your Next Tree

Planting a new tree helps the environment.

Planting a new tree helps the environment. It also helps boost the curb appeal of homes and businesses. But before you start your latest landscaping project, there are some factors you will have to keep in mind. Right now, let’s go into more detail about what those might be.  Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Should Continue Mulching in the Fall

September 26th, 2019
Why You Should Continue Mulching in the Fall

Since the weather is starting to cool off, you might not think that mulching is still important.

Since the weather is starting to cool off, you might not think that mulching is still important. That’s an easy mistake to make. Don’t let it fool you! Here is why you should continue to mulch even though summer has ended and fall is getting underway Read the rest of this entry »

Guide to Keeping Your Lawn Hydrated

September 20th, 2019
Guide to Keeping Your Lawn Hydrated

If your lawn survived the scorching heat of summer and you’re trying to keep a lush, green lawn for as long into the season as possible, this means that you will likely have to supplement the rain to keep it hydrated.

As we move into the fall, the days start getting cooler but the rain seems to come less often as well. If your lawn survived the scorching heat of summer and you’re trying to keep a lush, green lawn for as long into the season as possible, this means that you will likely have to supplement the rain to keep your lawn hydrated. There are actually many ways to water your lawn, though some work better than others, depending on your landscaping and the time and energy you have to spare. Read the rest of this entry »

The Importance of Nutrients in Your Soil

September 14th, 2019
The Importance of Nutrients in Your Soil

While soil texture, pH, and organic matter are all important aspects for healthy plant life, the nutrients in your soil are also crucial for maintaining the foundation of a healthy ecosystem.

The topsoil at the surface of your lawn is crucial to the health of your grass, trees, and other plants. This soil represents the outermost layer of the Earth, and it’s responsible for nourishing just about all the plants we eat, enjoy, or otherwise benefit from throughout our lives. While soil texture, pH, and organic matter are all important aspects for healthy plant life, the nutrients in your soil are also crucial for maintaining the foundation of a healthy ecosystem. As you may know, there are 3 main nutrients that should be present in healthy soil: nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous. Here’s what makes these nutrients such an important part of the soil. Read the rest of this entry »

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