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Landscaping Ideas for Fall

Friday, September 25th, 2020

With all the reds and yellows surrounding you, you may not associate fall with growth and landscaping. Most of us tend to think of spring or even summer as being ideal times for this kind of thing; but ask any landscaping expert, and they’ll tell you fall is a good time to work on these kinds of projects. Autumn is a great season for planting, pruning, lawn renovations, or adding irrigation thanks to its increased moisture and relatively cool temperatures. It’s also vital that you plan ahead for the coming winter months when adjustments are harder to make. If you’re considering upping your landscaping game this fall, you may want to consider some of these bright ideas.

Landscaping Ideas for Fall
If you’re considering upping your landscaping game this fall, you may want to consider some of these bright ideas.
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Why You Should Plant Native Trees

Friday, September 18th, 2020

There are many people talking nowadays about native plants versus non-native (and sometimes invasive) plants. Some people even are trading their standard grass yards for a habitat of native plants in order to protect and promote the local ecosystem. But what is the value of native plants? Should you really go out of your way to choose native trees? In short, yes you should.

Why You Should Plant Native Trees
Here are a few reasons to incorporate native plants into your landscape design.
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Plants and Rain Damage

Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
plants underneath rain fall may experience rain damage
Discover why some plants suffer rain damage while others do not.

Rain is a natural part of any growing season, so much so that one of our biggest worries is usually a lack of rain or drought, not too much. But like with anything else, too much of something, even a good thing like water, can be a bad thing. Rain that falls torrentially, with lots of accumulation over a short period, can damage and occasionally even kill some plants. How can you help your plants avoid or survive this rain damage?

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4 Plants that Help Keep the Bugs Away

Friday, September 4th, 2020
Luckily there are several different types of plants that will help you keep bugs and other pests out of your garden! 

One of the best things to do in the summer is to hang out and relax in the garden, preferably in a hammock with lots of shade or with your friends and family. Unfortunately, bugs and other pests also like to congregate near people and plants. Luckily there are several different types of plants that will help you keep bugs and other pests out of your garden! 

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