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It’s winter and that means tree work on the Dulles Toll Road. Here’s some video of a tree safely felled near Hunter Mill Road
This was the scene earlier this week at the Blake Landscapes Leesburg operations center. Today, we’re mounting these plows and ice melt spreaders on our trucks and getting ready for the predicted Sunday snow storm. Meanwhile, crews at our Dulles … Continue reading
Blake Landscapes wishes to thank all veterans, current and former members of the military and their families for all their hard work, service and sacrifice! Happy Veteran’s Day!
Fall is the best time to plant deciduous tree and shrubs. This time of year is also excellent for transplanting.
The University of Maryland Extension puts out a great newsletter each month on horticultural topics impacting this part of the country. The newsletter focuses on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and is aimed at landscape industry professionals. But it’s a good … Continue reading
Just a couple weeks of August left, and it’s time to get ready for fall turf maintenance and renovation. Some things you should definitely be thinking about include: Aeration – core aeration relieves compaction and makes it easier for water … Continue reading
Even as the number of HOA’s using Blake Landscapes’ tick treatment program grows, black-legged ticks or “deer ticks” remain a threat throughout Loudoun County. This what Blake Landscapes field manager Sergio Borjas’ pants looked like Monday when he emerged from … Continue reading