Fall is a great time to plant!

Planting can be done anytime of the year, but planting in the fall is one of the best times. Because of the temperatures in the fall, plants have a better chance at establishing roots before the following hot summer temperatures and possibly dry conditions. There is also less chance of shock to plants, especially when […]

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Have You Considered Your Space Outdoors?

The spring and summer months, even the early fall months are a great time to spend outdoors. Have you considered adding a feature to your property that may allow you to enjoy your outdoors more? First some things you may consider are your needs, budget, and then your amount of space. Are you looking to […]

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A Quick Start To Spring Or Is It?

After a very mild winter, spring seems to be coming a little earlier than normal-or is it? As none of us have complained about the 60’s and 70’s and even 80’s we have been having this March, we may be in for a rude awakening for the start of next week. It seems as though […]

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Please Join Me at The Western New England Home Show

This year I will be participating in the Western New England Home Show the weekend of March 5th and 6th. It will be held at the O’Neill Center at Western Connecticut State University located at 43 Lake Avenue Ext., Danbury, CT 06810. For many of you it’s only minutes away! At the show I am […]

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Happy New Year

I hope everyone has had a great start to a New Year! Now that all of the holidays have wound down and we are back to our normal schedules, it’s time to start thinking about the new growing season. Thinking about the new growing season can be full of excitement. I know it has me […]

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A Warm Start To Winter

Most of us are not complaining about the weather with recent near record high temperatures for this time of year. It has allowed for outdoor activities to stretch a little further-decorating, yard work, barbecuing, etc. Now is still a great time for outdoor projects. Have a walkway in mind? Possibly a fire pit? Stonewalls? All […]

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A Wind Down To The Growing Season

Where has the time gone? It seems as though I was performing spring clean ups and putting down mulch to freshen beds for the spring just yesterday! As the growing season begins to wind down, there are some things to consider which your landscapes and lawns will thank you for later. Removing built up leaves […]

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Fall is Almost Here Already?

As we approach the fall months and the temperatures begin to cool down, it is a good time to show some love to your lawn. Not hugs and kisses, but through a nice aerating or over seeding. Aerating helps loosen up compacted soil allowing grass roots to better get the nutrition it needs-oxygen, water, and […]

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Have You Trimmed Your Bushes Lately

If not you may want to consider doing it or if you cannot do it yourself we can help! Trimming bushes is done for a few reasons. It helps control the size of the plant which is one of the main reasons people trim shrubbery. It also helps keep a dense plant making it very […]

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Grubs and Other Pests

Simply put-Grubs are a nuisance! Grubs are the offspring produced by beetles such as June and Japanese beetles. Upon hatching they begin feeding on turf roots which down the road leads to them destroying the turf. With lack of root systems, grass then loses the ability to absorb the water it needs. Depending upon your […]

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