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Lawn and Garden Tips for March

This is a great time of year to start preparing your lawn for spring. There are a number of things you can do. Pruning- Prune roses and other woody ornamentals before their new spring growth. Dogwoods and azaleas may be trimmed back after they bloom. Cut just above a dormant…
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Winter Weather Damage

It’s the time of year that we often encounter dips in temperature. These cold snaps and winter storms can be a problem for our sensitive landscaping plants which may or may not be able to survive these events. Depending on how cold it gets, what species are in your yard,…
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