How High Should You Set Your Mower Blades?

May 9,2014

As a homeowner in Ann Arbor, you may take great strides to keep your yard well-maintained. Everything from curb appeal to pride of ownership can be...
The Most Essential Gardening Tools

April 24,2014

A quick walk through any home improvement store is enough to confuse even the most avid gardener. With so many options, styles and brands to choose...
Meet the latest menacing insect to invade Michigan!

April 7,2014

  As if Japanese beetles aren’t bad enough, now we have another problem to contend with.  Another introduced insect species is causing...
What effect will the 2014 winter weather have on landscapes?

April 3,2014

Steve Scheuring, Account Manager, Horticulturalist Expert of Twin Oaks Landscape has this to say about what we can expect this spring.... This has...
Happy April 1st….with FREE IRRIGATION MAINTENANCE SERVICES…. No Joke!

April 1,2014

It is no joke!  We are giving away free irrigation maintenance services with the purchase of a Basic Maintenance Package.   What is a Basic...
Increasing Security for Your Garden

March 25,2014

In real life, there is no such thing as a garden that is completely free of all pests and diseases. From fungal infections to beetles and deer, there...
Watering With A Hose vs. Using An Irrigation System in Your Ann Arbor Lawn

March 7,2014

Watering landscape plants on your Ann Arbor Michigan property is a critical measure to keep them looking good and growing properly. Homeowners can...
Rejuvenating Your Yard And Preparing It For Winter

February 26,2014

When you hear the word rejuvenation, what comes to mind? A sense of being refreshed, or renewed perhaps? Do you ever feel a renewal is exactly what...
Grub Prevention

March 20,2013

Prepare ahead of time to get rid of those pesky grubs that damage your lawn!  We offer a spring grub curative that should be applied once the...
Mitigating the Effects of the Weather on Your Landscape

March 7,2013

The weather of 2012 was odd, to say the least, and the effects on our landscape may be profound.  In March, plants began to break dormancy and...