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Pre-emergent Weed Control
Pre-emergent Weed Control and Benjamin Franklin In 1736, Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Although his statement was related to preventing fires in Philadelphia, the principle is still relevant today to your lawn. Pre-emergent weed controls are used to prevent weeds like crabgrass from spreading like fire...
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NJ Commercial Landscaping spring clean up
No sooner than the sun starts shining, the annual spreading of the mulch commences for many commercial property owners. While this practice is strongly encouraged for the health and vitality of all commercial landscapes, it does belie a frequently overlooked fact: professional landscape mulching is more than just a springtime chore. In fact, mulch is...
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winterizing irrigation systems
Late October is a thrilling time of ghosts, goblins, and festive frights. Commercial property owners are in for the biggest scare, however, if they fail to winterize their irrigation systems prior to the season’s first deep freeze. Winterizing irrigation systems is an absolute essential part of managing a commercial property in Maryland and New Jersey...
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commercial landscape maintenance
As the leaves begin to pile and cooler weather approaches, many home and property owners may think that primetime for landscape maintenance is in the rearview. They should think again. While some chores may subside with autumn’s arrival, there are still many tasks to consider before the snow begins to fall – particularly for commercial...
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seasonal commercial landscaping
The summer days are waning.  Schools are back in session, pools have closed up shop, and the heat is loosening its grip on the atmosphere. And although a cold snap lurks somewhere on the horizon, the arrival of autumn does not mean that you can – or should – sever ties with your lawn care...
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professional hardscapes for your commercial property
Fall is a time of cool, crisp breezes; breathtaking color changes; and intoxicating sights, sounds, and smells. It can also be a time of heavy lifting. Kids trudge back to school, lugging heavy backpacks. Football players take to the field in heavy pads and protective gear. And many landscapers are contracted to complete some heavy,...
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pruning for commercial landscapes
Fall is right around the corner. Are pruning tasks on your commercial property’s to do list? Pruning for commercial landscapes remains one of the most neglected tasks on any property. It often does not seem like a priority, or is forgotten in the day-to-day minutiae of running a business, or is simply ignored because those...
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commercial water features
The myriad benefits of hardscaped commercial water features have received their due in previous posts – from the air of sophistication they lend your office space, to the trifecta of sound, substance, and motion that boost a business’s curb appeal and deliver a lasting first impression with guests and prospects. Not only do commercial water...
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native plantings
Native plantings are those species that grow naturally and unencumbered in a region, having set up camp in a particular state long before the settlers arrived. Over centuries, they have adapted to their local environment’s unique soil and climate conditions, and have developed natural defenses against pests and pestilence as a result. Many popular landscaping...
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commercial landscaping care
Extreme heat and arid conditions throughout the summer months can sap the life from even the heartiest plants and lawns. Unlike its commercial landscaping caretakers, your turf cannot simply take a quick dip in the pool or enjoy a refreshing margarita at the end of a hot day.  It requires diligent attention and irrigation to...
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