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Landscaping in the Fall

Aeration & Dethatching 🕔February 10, 2014

by Natorp See Article Which Shrubs & Trees are Good for Fall Color & Winter Interest? The end of summer does not have to be the end of color in your landscape. Choosing plants for their fall color, persistent flowers,

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63 funny Landscape Design Photos

Aeration & Dethatching 🕔February 10, 2014

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13+ Things Your Landscaper Won’t Tell You 0

Aeration & Dethatching 🕔February 10, 2014

by Michelle Crouch Reader’s Digest Magazine See Article 1. Ditch the mower bag. Those grass clippings will become food for earthworms and microbes that will help make your lawn green and healthy. 2. Sure, the view from the street is

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Sand on Ice vs Salt on Ice

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by DoItYourself See Article In snowy environment it is vital to find an effective way of dealing with ice. Sand and salt are the two main options for dealing with icy roads, but they both have their advantages and disadvantages.

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9 Eco-Friendly Ways to De-Ice Your Driveway

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by Diane MacEachern Esquire See Article What’s wrong with salt? Plenty. Try these alternatives to remove snow and ice from the driveway without harming the environment. Tis the season for snow and ice – only fun if you’re a penguin

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Winterizing Your Irrigation System

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by Hunter Industries See Article Every year, before the first freeze, the ritual of irrigation “blow out” becomes the priority for all irrigation systems in regions located where the frost level extends below the depth of installed piping. Even if

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Winterizing Your Lawn 0

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by Weed Man See Article The grass plants in a home lawn are living organisms that need to be properly cared for all year round. The harsh winter months in our climate are the hardest on the grass plant, and

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Winterize Landscape Equipment

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by Sarah Browning, UNL Extension Educator UNL Extension in Lancaster County See Article From trowels to tillers, gardening equipment will last longer and do a better job for you if you spend some time on preventive maintenance each fall. Getting

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Tree & Plant Frost Damage Recovery FAQ

Proper Tree Health and Pruning 🕔February 10, 2014

by Moon Valley Nurseries See Article After enduring the worst freeze since 1988, many of our customers are asking questions about what to do next. We’ve put together this list for you of our most frequently asked questions regarding frost

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Winter Landscaping Tips 1

Winterizing 🕔February 10, 2014

by Kelly Roberson Better Homes and Gardens See Article Gardeners in snowy regions have plenty of reasons to get cold feet about winter: Plants are at rest and their bright colors dissipate, leaving a palette of white and gray. And

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