Everything you need to know about how and when to prune, including what mistakes to avoid!
Don’t leave money on the table by ignoring this key factor.
The familiar chill in the air signals that it is time to prepare your lawn for winter.
It spends on a number of factors, including your grass type, leaf coverage, and more.
Learn how to prune and get the most out of this popular southern flower.
From timing to technique, learn the important keys to your successful pruning plan this year.
Once winter weather has subsided and temps begin to rise, you may ask yourself “is it time to mow the lawn again?”
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.
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.
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?
Winter is an excellent time to take care of some of the pruning in your landscape. Many shrubs can be pruned just about any time of the year if you are pruning correctively.
Irrigation systems can be a great benefit to your lawn and we all know that lawns need regular watering to stay healthy.
Lawn care is typically a bigger topic during the spring and summer months, when homeowners are worried about mowing and keeping lawns green for outdoor activities.
Learn how you can increase or decrease pH levels to help your plants thrive!
At Canopy, our Full Service customers enjoy professional pruning services as part of their regular service.
Pruning your ornamental trees and shrubs can greatly enhance your home’s curb appeal. It can also improve the health of your plants when done properly.
The temperatures are still warm, but it’s time to start thinking about fall.
Want to start composting, but not sure where to begin? Whether you own several acres of land or a small yard in the city, you can compost.
What you don’t know could be having a negative impact on your lawn.
One of the most common questions that we get from customers during the early spring is “why is my grass brown and not green?”
Real estate in Raleigh-Durham and throughout the Triangle is booming, learn how landscaping and maintenance can help you sell your home faster!
Life is busy. You have work commitments, children to care for, friends and family to spend time with …it seems like the calendar fills up each month faster than the one before.
Snow and Ice can be both a danger and a nuisance on a variety of levels. By planning ahead, you can eliminate some of the risks to yourself and your home.
It’s nothing to be ashamed of if you don’t know your turf type, many people don’t and there are quite a few to choose from!
We always see the hurdles with creating a beautiful lawn happen when there is a lack of a plan. It all starts with knowing a little bit about your lawn.
Lawn care is not just to make your neighbors jealous; a healthy lawn is important to the environment.
Did you know that right now is the best time of the year to get mulch installed?
Effective ways to manage leaves in the fall and grass clippings in the growing season on your property.
Your home is the most valuable thing that you own. It only makes sense that you would want to find plenty of ways to add value to it.
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