19 February 2013

Take time to refresh the soil of your indoor plants

Now is actually a good time to start thinking about your potting soil for healthy plants this spring. There are two types of flowers: annuals and perennials. Annuals are planted every year typically in the spring or early summer and will only last for the season meaning you will not get more than one season […]


20 November 2012

What’s Fall Fertilizer?

The summer is over, you are raking leaves or having them blown as storms continue to hit, and you’re winding down your lawn program for the year. You are getting close to cleaning and stowing the yard tools but there is a final application that your lawn needs this season. October and November are the […]


20 November 2012
Category:
Lawn Care

Don’t get ripped off post-Sandy (or any other storm), what to ask your grounds professional

It seems like storms bring out the best in some and the worst in others! Here’s a quick list to follow of how NOT to get ripped off as you repair your property and try to get your yard back on track post Sandy or any other storm. Like the Better Business Bureau says, NEVER […]


20 November 2012

Organic lawn care Q & A

The summer is over, you are raking leaves or having them blown as storms continue to hit, and you’re winding down your lawn program for the year. You are getting close to cleaning and stowing the yard tools but there is a final application that your lawn needs this season. October and November are the […]


19 November 2012
Category:
Lawn Care
Sprays

Are organic pesticides worth the additional cost? (YES!)

Last week I wrote about Autumn being the single most important time of year to spray for ticks. In that blog I promised I’d address this week what the difference is between traditional (laboratory created) chemical pesticides versus organic. Most people buy milk and I’m going to use that as my baseline. One gallon of […]

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