While most people may view the invasive plant species common in Massachusetts as a mere annoyance, they actually have negative impacts that are serious and far-reaching. While they do make landscaping more of a chore, they can also negatively affect water quality, biodiversity, the local fish and wildlife habitat, tree cover, pose a fire risk,…Read More
Winter is coming— and there are a few things you need to do to prepare for the winter ahead. You might be finishing your last mow, fertilizing your turf and even thinking about pruning your dormant trees and bushes when the cold hits. But have you remembered to wrap your newly planted shrubs and trees? Wrapping these…Read More
There is nothing quite like a real Christmas Tree to create warmth and beauty to your home during the holiday season. If you’re getting a real Christmas tree this season you’ll want it to last through all the ho-ho-hos and tidings of comfort and joy. Here are some tips to make sure your Tannenbaum doesn’t…Read More
The Best Firewood Choices For A Roaring Fire This Winter ‘Tis the season for hot chocolate and snuggles by the fire.
Unfortunately, many newer homes have gone to gas fireplaces. They’re cheaper to build, easier to install, and are often considered more convenient. Just flick a switch and instant flames! However, it is very difficult to top the cozy warm feeling generated by the sight, sound and smell of a wood fire burning in the fireplace…Read More
The cold days of Winter are setting in…you can still have fun with your landscape! There are literally thousands of ways to make for an exciting Winter Landscape and if you are into the whole ‘Griswald Family’ type of decorations then, by all means, we will still be your friends… However, if you choose to…Read More
Most people have seen someone take a nasty spill on slippery winter ground. You may have even been the victim of it yourself. Whether it’s some unsuspecting, nearly invisible ice on your front porch steps, or that deceitful greasy floor surface near an entrance to the outside world that could double as a hockey rink,…Read More