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Creative Outdoor Fall Decorating Ideas to Celebrate Autumn in Style

August 15, 2019

With autumn comes late-night campfires, warm apple cider on a rocking chair and playing in piles of fall leaves. All of these things happen outside, and it’s up to you to create the perfect outside space for appreciating this special time of the year. Celebrate the season in style with the right outdoor fall decorating…

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Landscaping for Dogs: Pet-Friendly “Dogscaping” Tips for Happy Owners and Pups

August 3, 2019

We love our furry friends, but sometimes, they can really ruin your lawn and landscaping. From digging holes and trampling your garden to dotting urine spots across your turf and bringing in ticks, dog owners have their hands full. But like anything in life, getting to the root of the problem can help. You must…

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6 Fall Lawn Care Tips to Keep Your Turf Flourishing this Autumn

July 28, 2019

Autumn is here in full force, and it’s now or never to prepare your lawn for a healthy run this fall—as well as a fruitful return next spring. You need some fall lawn care tips to get started, and we’re here to help. Let’s look at six ways to keep your turf flourishing this season.…

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6 Darn-Good Reasons to Switch to Organic Lawn Fertilizer

June 17, 2019

Organic Turf Treatments in Massachusetts Do you have dead or yellowing grass in your yard? Maybe it’s time to nourish your lawn! You’ve been hearing some great things about your neighbor’s results using organic fertilizer, but you’re still hesitant to try it for yourself. What’s the big difference between organic and conventional fertilizer anyway? Is…

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Massachusetts Most Common Tree Bugs & How to Stop Them

June 3, 2019

Insects infestation can be a real problem. These pesky buggers swarm or overtake your trees, eating away at your prized landscape features. Not only is it expensive to replace these trees if attacked and killed, but no homeowner wants to worry about stepping on caterpillars or seeing fuzzy, mold-like pods on once-vibrant plants. Those living…

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Patio Design Ideas for a Backyard Refresh

June 3, 2019

Your patio is often your backyard’s central gathering point. It’s the perfect place to lounge after a busy day, watch the kids play, entertain guests and enjoy dinner with family. It functions as a stage, overlooking your entire property. When the curtains are drawn open, what do you see? Is your patio a scene of neglect?…

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The Benefits of Aerating & Overseeding Your Lawn

May 12, 2019

We all want a lush lawn, but with Massachusetts’ beating sun during the summer season, it sure ain’t easy. Proper aeration and overseeding could be part of your lawn care solution, but not many people know what these terms even mean, nevermind their value. Let’s explore what these lawn care practices are and the benefits…

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Stone Landscaping Ideas for Your Massachusetts Hardscape Design

May 3, 2019

You want your home landscape to look stunning, and boy would a stone walkway or rustic patio look sharp. For those considering some stone landscaping ideas, you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to inspire you to design the property you’ve always wanted. Let’s explore some of our favorite hardscape design ideas: Lay Down…

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5 Spring Lawn Care Tips for Massachusetts Homeowners

April 3, 2019

As the winter season subsides, we’re all gearing up to spend time outside. However, cold Massachusetts temperatures likely took a toll on your turf — and now is the time to give it the TLC it needs. Welcome spring graciously this year with these five important spring lawn care tips: 1. Clean-Up in Early Spring…

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Natural Tick Repellent Tips to Protect Your Lawn

April 3, 2019

Ticks carry a long list of infectious viruses and illnesses, such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, anaplasmosis and many more. It’s no surprise that you’d want proper tick control for your lawn to protect your family from the dangerous pests. So how do you keep ticks off your yard? It’s simple: you tick…

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