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Many trees hang onto their dead leaves well into the winter season. As the leaves continue to fall, it is essential to your lawn’s health that you stay on top of them.
It is true, late winter seems like an undesirable time to do anything with the yard. In fact, there are some critical lawn care items to take care of this time of year.
The best time to prune crepe myrtle is in the late winter into the very early spring, depending on your region and temperate zone.
Is your winter landscape looking a little drab? There are some basic winter landscaping tips that you can implement on your property to add curb appeal.
Shrubs are a staple feature in many home landscapes, and with good reason; not only do shrubs provide aesthetic enhancement but they also serve as privacy barriers.
When the winter season begins to set in, it is the ideal time to start thinking about landscape clean up and bed maintenance.
Winter is a surprisingly good time to lay down a fresh layer of mulch!
No matter what kind of holiday decorations that you choose, it is always fun to add a little Christmas curb appeal to your home.
It is common knowledge that frost damage can make many plants and flower varieties meet an unfortunate demise. But what about grass?
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