Irrigation 101

Summer in the south means days of drought followed by days of thunderstorms. This is why irrigation systems must be monitored. No one wants to see a sprinkler system running during a downpour! In fact, it is important to get the maximum efficiency from your irrigation system. Your plants and lawn will need different amounts …

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Fall & Fertilizers

Did you know that fall is a great time to fertilize your plants for the winter? Most homeowners assume that fertilizer should only be applied in the spring and summer. This is a fallacy. Normally fertilizers have three (3) main numbers on the bag. Those numbers represent the percentage (%) of that specific nutrient. Also, …

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Spring Fling

Spring has arrived and it certainly helps to see flowers blooming and bees buzzing with all of the Corona virus fears. With nicer weather, longer daylight hours, and social distancing, this is the perfect time to get your outdoor space in better condition. Afterall, your spring fling is likely going to be spent in your …

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Stop Being Crabby

Like a crab, crabgrass has many legs and is low to the ground. Also, it is difficult to get hold of when weeding and it even eludes the blades of lawnmowers. Crabgrass favors sandy, compacted soil where the grass is thin and weak. A bare lawn allows sunlight to directly hit the soil, which helps …

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More Trees, Please!

Planting a tree is always a winning proposition. Trees can provide shade, fruit and, even nuts. Trees help clean the air and they live for many years, sometimes centuries. Trees add value to your home and/or business. Could your landscape benefit from a few more trees? Before you answer that question, we want you to …

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