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Protecting Our Pollinators

Every garden requires pollinators, and bees are among the finest. Without them there would be limited flowers and far fewer fruits and vegetables. Did you know that about 30% of the food we eat depends on the pollination of bees? Although there are many bees that are great pollinators, like carpenter, mining, sweat, and cellophane […]

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Dealing With Winter Damage

It’s early spring: time to survey the damage that this exceptionally hard winter has produced. In some areas, shrubs may still be hiding under piles of frozen snow. Severed tree limbs lie scattered across the landscape. It’s difficult to know what to tackle first. TREES Start with your trees, they are generally the most valuable […]

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Pruning Evergreens

When choosing an evergreen for your landscape project, it is always best to select a plant that will not outgrow its designated space. Do some research beforehand or consult one of our knowledgeable staff. You should know the ultimate height, width, and growth rate of your selection before committing to one of the more costly […]

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