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Featured Image for Post: How To Prevent Sticker Shock After Your Estimate

March 28, 2018

How To Prevent Sticker Shock After Your Estimate

Whether you’re running a commercial or residential property, the landscaping for your property is something that you shouldn’t ignore. The landscape is the first thing people will see, which means, if it’s in shabby shape or simply doesn’t catch the eye, it can leave a poor first impression.

Featured Image for Post: Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

March 23, 2018

Commerical Landscape Spring Ideas

There’s a good chance that you didn’t do much in the way of landscaping over the winter. There’s really not much you can do, especially if it’s snowing. However, once the snow begins to melt away and the temperatures begin going back up, you’re likely going to want to get your landscape back in shape […]

Featured Image for Post: Nine Ways to be Energy Efficient in Your Landscape

December 2, 2017

Nine Ways to be Energy Efficient in Your Landscape

An energy efficient landscape creates a flourishing outdoor environment with a small footprint. These nine tips will bring beauty and functionality to outdoor spaces without sacrificing any visual appeal or usability. An outdoor space that nurtures and sustains offers more than visual appeal. It combines the aesthetics with the responsibility we share for the well-being […]

Featured Image for Post: 10 Challenges of Landscaping in Winter

November 29, 2017

10 Challenges of Landscaping in Winter

Landscaping during spring and even summer months is ideal, as growing conditions are optimal. However, with the cold winter comes extra challenges. Knowing these challenges will give one a better overall idea of what to prepare for during the next months. This guide covers the basic challenges of most types of landscapes. 1. Frozen Pipes […]

Featured Image for Post: Take Cover! How To Best Cover Your Outdoor Plants For Winter Weather

November 14, 2017

Take Cover! How To Best Cover Your Outdoor Plants For Winter Weather

Is it that time of the year already? Probably it is, and the freezing weather is here yet again. What do you do with your plants out there? Do you just disregard them and leave them for that cold and the white covering snow? I don’t think it is a good idea if you are […]

Featured Image for Post: 5 Ways to Prepare Your Yard for Winter Water

November 11, 2017

5 Ways to Prepare Your Yard for Winter Water

The approach of winter comes with various responsibilities for homeowners. You must prepare the place to adjust to the cold temperatures to minimize damage and one area that needs proper care is the yard. Your yard has been a flurry of activity during summer with barbecues and children running around. It was a beautiful sight […]

Featured Image for Post: Properly Moving Plants From the Ground to a Pot

October 1, 2017

Properly Moving Plants From the Ground to a Pot

If you’re into gardening or landscaping yourself, there are a variety of reasons why you may wish to transfer a plant or plants from the ground to a pot.

Featured Image for Post: Winner “Best Yard”

September 21, 2017

Winner “Best Yard”

In terms of lawns, some say the grass is greener on the other side.  But for one Twin Oaks client, their lawn is the best in the neighborhood.

Featured Image for Post: How Late in the Year Can You Perform Lawn Rejuvenation?

November 1, 2016

How Late in the Year Can You Perform Lawn Rejuvenation?

You are probably not thinking much about your lawn with winter fast approaching. However, autumn is the latest time you can perform lawn rejuvenation. With its considerably cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall, autumn is the perfect time to prepare your garden for spring. Although you might think your garden requires less care in fall since […]

Featured Image for Post: When Does Seasonal Fall Cleanup Typically Begin?

October 1, 2016

When Does Seasonal Fall Cleanup Typically Begin?

The hot and dry weather of October goes on. But even now, while the roses and hydrangeas are still blossoming and the chrysanthemums and dahlias are putting on an amazing show, you should be thinking about starting the garden cleanup tasks for autumn. The killing frost will be coming soon, so getting the cleanup chores […]