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Featured Image for Post: Benefits of Hiring a Landscape Contractor for Maintenance Services

January 21, 2019

Benefits of Hiring a Landscape Contractor for Maintenance Services

Maintaining your landscape may seem like a relatively easy task. As a homeowner, you might even take pride in being able to care for your yard. If you own a commercial property, then you might think about leaving the task to a groundskeeper or handyman. However, you’ll find it much more beneficial to hire a […]

Featured Image for Post: Get Setup For Spring Property Maintenance Now

January 17, 2019

Get Setup For Spring Property Maintenance Now

The first flakes of snow haven’t been fallen, but now is the time to think spring when it comes to the landscape of your commercial. As your lawn is being put to bed for the winter, you should go ahead and schedule your spring clean up maintenance service with your lawn and landscape contractor. Spring […]

Featured Image for Post: Hardscape Ideas For Small Backyards

January 10, 2019

Hardscape Ideas For Small Backyards

Hardscaping is a great way to add function to your backyard as well as help to balance out the aesthetic of the space, thereby increasing your curb appeal. Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners are under the misconception that they need to have a substantial amount of space in order to add hardscaping. However, hardscaping isn’t […]

Featured Image for Post: 5 Reasons You Need a Landscape Contractor for Your Hardscape Project

January 3, 2019

5 Reasons You Need a Landscape Contractor for Your Hardscape Project

No landscape is complete without a good hardscape. It is not enough to put plants in the ground and call it a day. The best landscape designs incorporate hardscape in the plans. The hardscape includes any non-living hard surfaces like rock and stone that are used for structures such as pathways, walls and patios.

Featured Image for Post: Happy Holidays from Twin Oaks Landscape

December 24, 2018

Happy Holidays from Twin Oaks Landscape

We hope you enjoy the holiday season and have a wonderful New Year!

Featured Image for Post: 7 Benefits of Planning Your Landscape Design In Early Winter For Next Spring

December 21, 2018

7 Benefits of Planning Your Landscape Design In Early Winter For Next Spring

Timing is everything when it comes to planning your dream landscape. And now is the time to plan. It may seem counter-intuitive to start planning for spring when temperatures start cooling, days get shorter and plants die back. However, early winter is the perfect time to think spring. In fact, planning your spring landscaping project […]

Featured Image for Post: Frost Versus Freeze

December 15, 2018

Frost Versus Freeze

A Frost occurs when surfaces reach a temperature at or below freezing level. Once surfaces reach this level, they are covered in a multitude of tiny ice crystals. However, windchill can also contribute to a frost occurring by freezing the moisture within plants. When ice crystals occur, the proper term is “hoarfrost.”

Featured Image for Post: Hardy Ideas for your Hanging Baskets in Winter

December 7, 2018

Hardy Ideas for your Hanging Baskets in Winter

As winter knocks on the door, many of us sadly bid farewell to our outdoor blooms and colorful foliage plants that only grow when temperatures permit. Perhaps our hanging houseplants have vacationed outside this summer, and we’ve brought them back indoors. Maybe we’ve gotten creative and potted some of our foliage plants, like coleus, into […]

Featured Image for Post: Simple Outdoor Holiday Decorations

December 1, 2018

Simple Outdoor Holiday Decorations

The Holidays can often be a stressful time for families. In the midst of arranging family plans, preparing food, and attending events, decorations can often be placed on the backburner. Fortunately, there are still plenty of festive but simple options for those who still want to decorate but are on a tight schedule.

Featured Image for Post: 7 Tips of Winterizing your Landscape

November 25, 2018

7 Tips of Winterizing your Landscape

The season of winter is always associated with cold temperatures, drying winds and snow cover, which results in a severe problem in your landscape if you are not well prepared for winter. For instance: