While winter weather may have taken a harsh toll on your yard, the early weeks of spring are perfect for landscaping maintenance and cleaning up your outdoor space. Before you get started with planting, it is crucial to invest in the care and cleanup of your landscape design. From pruning to cleaning out flower beds…
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The growing season, believe it or not, is already upon us! One of the tasks you should be performing on your landscaping this spring is cutting back your ornamental grasses and perennials. Pruning helps promote healthy growth and makes your landscape look its best throughout the spring and summer months. However, there are a few…
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With spring on the way, gardeners across the nation are gathering their tools and getting ready for the planting season. But with the plethora of both indoor and outdoor maintenance tasks a homeowner has to worry about during the spring, it can be easy to forget many of the steps that are crucial to the…
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The end of winter and beginning of spring are notorious for their unpredictability, especially here in Maryland. We can have a few days of warm sunshine followed by a week of cold, overcast skies, and snow is even a remote possibility during this period. However, now is precisely the time of the year when we…
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Taking care of your landscape is a year-round commitment that will require some effort even during the dormant winter period. Some care techniques, such as using a safe ice melt during snow events, are relatively indirect and aim to protect the dormant landscape from developing problems that won’t turn up until the growing period begins….
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Winter is undoubtedly a slow time of the year for homeowners looking to improve their landscapes. However, while some homeowners don’t think too much about it, this season is all about preserving and taking care of your current landscape. With proper management and care, you won’t have to rehabilitate it this spring. Be proactive this…
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Fall Cleanup in Your Landscape


As beautiful oranges and reds begin appearing on your landscape, the time will soon come when you need to prepare it for the barren winter season. Doing fall cleanup tasks now lessens the amount of work you’ll have to do in the spring, ensures the health of your landscape going forward, and keeps your family…
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As cooler temperatures have begun to take hold in Maryland, homeowners are starting to prepare their various landscaping features to survive the winter. If you have a pond as part of your landscape, you’ll need to take special precautions this fall, especially if it houses fish. With freezing temperatures on the horizon, your pond needs…
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