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Keep Your Plants Hydrated This Summer

Watering Plants

As the temperature rises, it’s important to keep yourself hydrated to avoid heat stroke and stay healthy. The same is true for your plants, whether you have a garden full of flowers or vegetables. The same techniques you use for watering in the spring and fall won’t cut it in […]

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The Pros & Cons of Sod

Sod 101 Sod is a quick way to transform landscaping and increase property value. Sod, also known as turf grass, is sections of already-grown grass. This grass is held together with a root system or other biodegradable material. Sod is a popular choice for new housing developments, commercial properties, golf […]

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Say Goodbye to Brown Spots

Brown spots are one of the ugliest and most frustrating parts of caring for a residential or commercial lawn. There are numerous causes of brown spots, which can make them hard to troubleshoot and treat. What are the most common causes of brown spots and how can you prevent them […]

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How We’re Adapting Our Services Post-Rain

While the saying might theorize that April showers lead to May flowers, this year it looks like May showers will be leading to June flowers! May was the wettest month in 3 years in Maryland, and over 8 inches of rain fell over the course of the month at BWI […]

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Could Plants Stop Insects from Bugging You?

As you shake off the chill of winter and early spring and prepare for warm summer afternoons, you should take some time to think about what’s in your yard. However, you won’t be the only one enjoying the warm weather. Mosquitoes and other annoying pests will be buzzing around your […]

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Don’t Forget Spring Cleaning!

Spring is the perfect time to tidy up your yard and get ready for a long summer full of gardening and spending time outdoors with friends and family. Your landscaping needs some tender loving care after a long winter and chilly spring, so break out your rake and set aside […]

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Setting Up Sod for Success

Sod is a popular and reliable solution for growing a lawn overnight, but it does require more TLC than a traditionally-grown lawn does. Since new sod has shallow roots, it needs proper fertilization, watering and maintenance to establish with your yard’s soil and remain lush and green. The First Two […]

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Where Should You Place Mulch in Your Yard?

Mulch is a powerful landscaping tool that saves water, protects plant roots from temperature fluctuations, adds nutrients to the soil and prevents weed growth. Applying mulch is a labor-intensive process and the way that you apply mulch matters more than the quality of the mulch you purchase. What Is Your […]

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Designing Your Spring Flower Bed

Spring is almost here, which means that eager gardeners are dreaming up the perfect spring flower bed for their landscapes. If you’re ready to design the best spring flower bed ever, here are some of our best tips for blossoming flowers and bright pops of color. Pair Bulbs with Hardy […]

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What Does a Brown Lawn Mean?

The most frustrating part about having brown spots on your residential lawn is not knowing the cause of them. Everything from pet urine to chemicals can lead to lawn discoloration, so determining the exact problem requires channeling your inner detective. Human or Animal Damage  Dull Lawnmower Blades: Dull blades will […]

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