1. 6 Fall Planting Tips for Your New England Garden

    Autumn is finally here, and it’s hitting Massachusetts in full force! It’s that time of the year where homeowners are itching to commemorate fall with seasonal decor. But while the pumpkins and hay bales look fabulous framing your door, the rest of your landscape is looking pretty lackluster fro…Read More

  2. Should I Overseed or Sod my Lawn?

    Summer’s passed... and your lawn is looking a little rough. There’s bare patches, deary spots or overrun weeds— and your turf is in need of a serious facelift before the cold weather hits. Not overseeding or laying sod on weakened grass can mean bad things come spring after a harsh winter of…Read More

  3. 5 Benefits of Adding Outdoor Lighting to Enhance Your Landscape

    Outdoor lighting can add new life to almost every landscape. Not only can a bright space be functional, but it can also make your home and yard look stunning. Illuminate your landscape to show off your investment. Here are five advantages to placing outdoor lighting on your property: 1. Safety Every…Read More

  4. How to Create Your Own Landscape Design Plan

    You want a home landscape you can be proud of. But you also don’t want to sacrifice your vision or break the bank hiring a professional landscaper planner or designer to give it the facelift it needs to shine. What if we told you that you could make your own plan— allowing you bring your own vis…Read More

  5. DIY Composting: How to Make a Plastic Compost Bin for Less than $20

    There’s plenty of reasons to start composting! Think of compost as a soil conditioner for your garden or lawn. You’re adding minerals, microorganisms and organic matter to help your landscape prosper— all stuff proven to dramatically improve your soil structure to promise long-term results.…Read More

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    Make a Pollinator Garden to Help to Save the Bees

    Pollination? Sure, we’ve all heard that it’s important, but how does it work again? For those who need a refresher, when a bee lands on a flower and drinks its nectar, pollen from the flower’s male productive organ— the stamen—sticks to the little hairs on the bee’s legs. When the bee la…Read More

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    9 Ways to Prep Your Landscape for Summer

    Spring is finally here, but summer is just around the corner too. While you might have already given your yard a quick spring cleanup, there are a few more ways to add life to your landscape and prepare for the hot days ahead. Here are nine things to do to prep your property: 1. Plant Your Trees &am…Read More

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    Celebrate Earth Day Right with these Eco-Friendly Landscaping Tips

    Every April, there’s a special day devoted to recognizing our environmental impact and helping to protect our vibrant planet: Earth Day. In honor of this annual movement, we wanted to share some eco-friendly landscaping tips. We hope they empower homeowners— like you!— to make some greener la…Read More

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    Is Your Tree Dying? Signs of a “Sick” Tree

    When you get sick, it can be hard to diagnose the problem. Though you have a runny nose and sore throat, that can be a number of illnesses. Trees get a variety of infections or are affected by their environment just like us— except they often have very different symptoms than sneezing or fevering!…Read More