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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Remember these little begonias from back in May. Well, look at them now! Begonias are an easy to care for annual flower that can have a big impact on your landscape. But their time is almost up for 2012, so … Continue reading
We’re testing out this propane powered zero-turn mower this week. According to our dealer, it reduces harmful emissions by 50% as compared to gasoline powered motors, and 90% of propane comes from inside the United States. Mowing grass while improving … Continue reading
We all have different ways of dealing with the weather in our region this time of year. Some of us vacation with family and friends, relax in the pool and some of us stay inside and catch up on our favorite reruns on television. So … Continue reading
We’ve seen an increase in harmful insect activity in recent weeks, especially on the properties we service with sprinkler systems. Unfortunately, the water we need to keep the grass green also creates an environment that promotes activity among insects that … Continue reading
We’ve seen a high rate of mortality in Austrian pines this summer. The needles turn brown at the bottom first, and it quickly spreads throughout the tree. The likely cause of the Austrian pine loss is Diplodia tip blight. Drought … Continue reading