When You Should Consider Tree Removal

Posted on: 30 November 2017
Trees are a beautiful part of the landscape and a part of people's lives, blessing their physical and emotional health. Deciding whether you need to remove a tree isn't always easy, but can be necessary. They can add to the splendor of the landscape when taken care of. Several factors come into play when considering tree removal. Location Is the location of the tree too close to structures? If a tree continually blocks out the sun on a portion of your house, it may be susceptible to mold depending on where you live.
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Taking Care Of A Bamboo Plant In Your Office

Posted on: 17 October 2017
Incorporating a living plant into your office decor can be a great way to liven up a professional work environment. Living plants can add beauty to an office space, and these plants can also help to improve indoor air quality and contribute to the overall tranquility of your office. Bamboo plants for the office are beneficial because they are aesthetically pleasing and simple to care for. Here are three tips that you can use to help ensure your office's bamboo plant remains looking its best well into the future:
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Fall Lawncare Tips

Posted on: 28 September 2017
With winter just around the corner, you may be looking forward to being done with summer yard work. Before retiring the garden tools, though, you need to take a few steps to make sure your landscape is properly winterizing. Investing the time now can help ensure your yard wakes up from its slumber in spring looking its best. Cut back and trim Many perennials and small shrubs should be trimmed back in fall.
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Benefits Of Using Mulch In Your Landscaping

Posted on: 24 September 2017
The use of mulch for your property can be a useful addition to make. While many people may enjoy the appearance of mulch around large and woody plants, they may not realize the full extent of the benefits that mulch can provide. As a result, these individuals can severely underestimate the need to use this material around their property. Minimize Soil Erosion Heavy rainfall can cause some of the nutrient-rich topsoil to wash away.
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