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7 Ways Landscape Maintenance Companies Can Reduce Your Property's Carbon Footprint

The industrial and digital revolutions have been great for humankind. But they have come at a cost: our collective carbon footprint.

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Commercial Landscaping, Campus Landscaping, Outsourced Grounds Maintenance

6 Reasons Your School Grounds May Be Unsafe

Schools are a haven for education. We trust that our children and the public will be safe on school grounds. But budgets are tight. Your in-house staff doesn't have time or knowledge of what to look for. There could be hidden dangers that only an experienced landscaper can uncover.

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Campus Landscaping, Outsourced Grounds Maintenance

How Landscape Impacts Students: 5 Tips to Improve School Grounds

Those in charge of the grounds at educational institutions and schools should not underestimate the importance of school grounds in contributing to school pride, first impressions and a professional image. It matters little the state of your school buildings when your grounds are the first thing people see. 

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Campus Landscaping, Property Enhancements, Outsourced Grounds Maintenance

How to Protect Plants at Risk for Winter Burn

Great plant, tree, and shrub maintenance doesn’t cease when the ground freezes. It’s a common misnomer that all plants, grasses, shrubs and trees hibernate throughout the winter. While most plants enter a state of dormancy in the cold winter months, some don’t. Because these plants aren’t completely dormant, they often struggle to survive

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping, Outsourced Grounds Maintenance

Is Outsourcing Your Grounds Maintenance Cheaper?


The grounds around your school are more than just turf to mow and beds to weed.

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Campus Landscaping, Property Enhancements, Outsourced Grounds Maintenance

Quick Tips for Fall and Spring Landscape Beautification

Summer is the season of the lush colorful blooms we all love, but the changing of the seasons doesn’t necessarily mean sacrificing color and beauty in your landscapes.

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

8 Reasons to Aerate & Overseed Your Lawn

Lawns in Northeast Ohio can suffer from the brutality of the area's sporadic weather. A dry and hot summer causes grass roots to become stressed from trying to maintain moisture and nutrients.

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

Freshen Up Your Planting Beds with Mulch Cultivation

Looking for a way to freshen up your planting beds, but not spend as much money out of your budget as a full mulch application? Mulch cultivation might just be your solution. Cultivating the planting beds on your property not only improves the overall appearance, but also aids in the long-term health of the investment you made in your plant material. This is how:

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Commercial Landscaping, Campus Landscaping

The Best Mulch for Your Landscaping Needs

There are many reasons for applying a new base of mulch every spring. Mulch primarily aids in the overall health and vigor of the plant material by acting as an insulator (improving the soil's ability to retain moisture) and as a barrier, assisting in the control of weeds.

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

Bed Edging: The Right Way!

Proper edging around trees and flower beds keeps grass from penetrating a garden and gives properties a clean, beautiful look. Neatly-edged tree beds and garden beds cleanly separate mulch and grass, making sure that they both stay where they belong. The effect that bed edging has on the overall look of a landscape can be amazing!

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

What You Should Know About Annual Displays

Nothing makes a property more beautiful and fitting with the season quite like the installation of color annuals. An “annual” is a plant that completes its cycle of growing within a single season -- that is, it matures from a seed to a flower in a relatively short amount of time. Each season has its own specific annuals that are best suited to the temperature.

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

What To Know About Dormant Pruning

Dormant pruning relies on the same principles of maintenance pruning except that the plant is pruned while dormant to reduce stress to the plant. Dormant pruning is often more aggressive, with larger cuts being made to create more vigorous growth in the spring, which leads to a healthier shrub or tree.

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Campus Landscaping, Commercial Landscaping

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