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Find Tips to Make Your Sprinkler More Efficient

Date posted: May 13, 2016

Do you know that watering lawns and gardens can account for up to 50 percent of total water use by an average household? With a poorly maintained or outdated sprinkler design, you end up wasting gallons of water that will add to your expenses on utility bills. So, it is very important to repair, upgrade,... Read more »

Spring on, Weeds on: Useful Tips to Eliminating Weeds from Your Lawn Effectively

Date posted: April 22, 2016

How does it feel to see your well maintained, green lawn suddenly hijacked by blooming dandelions? Spring is the nicest of seasons perhaps, but it brings some pesky landscaping problems with weeds probably the most irritating one. If left untreated they can take over the lawn or garden,which will reduce its appeal and value. No... Read more »

Economic & Environmental Benefits of Professional Landscaping Service

Date posted: April 20, 2016


There is no denying that the beautiful outdoor or landscape of any residential or commercial property adds to the appeal of the property as well as its resale value. Lawns and gardens enhance the comfort level of the residents and enable people to make the most of it. They need proper and periodic care and... Read more »

Let Your Lawn Look Fresh and Lush Green with Comprehensive Lawn Care Services

Date posted: April 19, 2016

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A well maintained lawn or garden compliments the beauty and aesthetic elegance of your home. A beautiful lawn not only adds to the charm and appeal of your home but also adds to your comfort level. Besides this, it makes the best first impression on visitors and enhances your personal or social image. Taking care... Read more »

What Do You Guys Do In The Winter?

Date posted: January 19, 2016

Since the lawn & garden maintenance is seasonal business in Douglas and Arapahoe counties, we get that question all the time.  Many people assume that lawn care companies shut down after Thanksgiving.  That is the case for many companies, and used to be the case for What changed is clients asking us to also... Read more »

Will Your Yard Die of Thirst This Winter ?

Date posted: January 15, 2016

Next spring will you experience the disappointment of lawn winter kill and dead plants and trees? Many homeowners think snow provides the enough water.  Unfortunately, the average snowfall is 12 to 15 inches equaling 1 inch of moisture. This not enough for lawns, plants and trees. Low humidity and low water damage plant root systems... Read more »

7 Winter Care Tips for Your Lawn, Plants and Trees

Date posted: January 4, 2016

Has your yard been properly prepared for winter? Winter officially began December 21st, however it arrived ahead of schedule with the early snows and cold temperatures before many winter lawn care chores were completed. Here is a checklist of 7 winter care tips that will help your yard survive the cold winter temperatures and come... Read more »

Are Holiday Colors & Greenery Pet Safe?

Date posted: December 11, 2015

It’s common place to decorate your home with greenery highlighted with bows and lights during the holidays. The use of greenery and décor depends on your budget and the how dense and how much greenery you want your rooms to have. However, when using greenery, whether original or artificial, you need to think over the... Read more »

Give a Festive Flair to your Plants this Holiday!

Date posted: December 2, 2015

The plants in outdoors don’t really need to be decamped until spring. Plants like Petunia and Pansy can be preserved and used for creating amazing festive flairs for the upcoming holiday season. The plant containers on your porch can be used as brilliant value addition when it is cold and quiet winter out there. To... Read more »

Tulip Planting Tips

Date posted: October 19, 2015

Remember to plant bulbs Our fall landscaping chores aren’t really complete unless we’ve planted bulbs that will show up as early spring flowers next year.  When they pop up through the snow they tell us the winter doldrums are over and another growing season is about to begin. While the weather is still nice, it’s... Read more »


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