Spring and Second Chances

You don’t have to feel rushed in spring to get all your chores done in two or three weeks. Take leisure to enjoy spring because there are often overlooked opportunities later in the season for planting, growing and landscape upkeep. In spring there are projects...

Large Tree Sale

In very early spring we have a narrow window of opportunity to dig and install our largest trees for your landscape. We have a limited inventory of these trees and they are on sale! But don’t hesitate because we only transplant these trees when they are fully...

Improve Your Soil

Who doesn’t desire bigger, more beautiful plants in their yard and garden? The dirt under our feet provides the essential basics to all life. Yet, many of the things that are done in an attempt to achieve better growth of crops, landscapes, gardens and lawns is...

One Question for Landscape Planning

Winter is an exciting time to consider what will be the next goal in the transformation of your landscape. One simple inquiry can lead to a wealth of revelations that moves you toward your objectives. Here’s that magic question; How will the advancement of your...

Spring Clean-Up Made Easy

Do you want to reduce the work in your annual spring cleaning of your property? Read on for some labor saving ideas that make your landscape better too! Many gardeners and landscapers are reaping the benefits of not removing perennial plant stems, ornamental grass...

Grow Some Greens Indoors

This time of year many people get the itch to start plants indoors in cold climates, but we are still months away from outdoor gardening. Starting tomatoes, peppers and other warm season plants indoors now is too early and the results will be disappointing. Yes, you...

Growing Food as Part of a Sustainable Landscape

Growing just a little of what our families eat can put us back in touch with nature, help foster understanding of where food comes from and realize the real value of what is in our diets. Home production can also help to protect, preserve and create abundance of...

Master Maintenance = Joy!

Late winter is a good time to plan out easy ways to accomplish maintenance of your landscape. Often, caring for a landscape is repetitious drudgery that you must do in a timely fashion to avoid greater problems. You squeeze in the lawn mowing, weeding or trimming at...

Plants – The Ultimate In Renewable Energy

Solar panels, wind generators, electric cars and other human created technology receive a lot of attention in the media as a way to meet our daily needs while reducing our impact on the environment. At the same time our natural environment is silently doing the heavy...

It’s Not Too Early To Plan For Spring!

Outdoor enthusiasts are upending the tradition of winter nights spent poring over seed catalogs in anticipation of hours of laboring in the dirt come spring. Instead of just picking out special seeds and plants, property owners are creating well thought out plans with...