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Be Careful When Preparing Your Flowerbeds in Spring

Posted by John Tighe on Sun, Mar 25, 2012 @ 08:03 PM

Fresh spring air gets you out in the yard where seasonal tasks call out for attention. Preparing your flowerbeds for another season of growth allows for healthier plants and a more attractive landscape. But be careful that your new found energy and urgency to be outdoors doesn't leave your flowerbeds overworked and undernourished.

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Tags: flower beds

Patio Installation - When Can the Patio Go In?

Posted by John Tighe on Fri, Mar 16, 2012 @ 03:31 PM

Spring fever makes grass grow and your dreams of outdoor living thrive . This is the year for that stone patio you've always wanted. But how long do you need to wait before booking the install? It's one of the most common questions asked at this time of year - when can the patio go in?

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Tags: patios, winter hardscapes, patio installation, walkway

Dealing With Spring Runoff and Using It To Your Advantage

Posted by John Tighe on Thu, Mar 08, 2012 @ 08:25 AM

Spring has nearly sprung, bringing along the usual amount of rainfall and thawing snow. All of this water results in a phenomenon known as spring runoff, and that event can wreak havoc on your lawn and gardens without proper preparation.

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Landscaping the Yard For Spring

Posted by John Tighe on Fri, Mar 02, 2012 @ 08:54 AM

The month of March has arrived and that means it’s time to start thinking about spring. For many that means a major spring cleaning of their Massachusetts home. But remember to save some energy for the outdoor livingspace. Preparing the yard for spring involves a clean up and a set up, helping your lawn and gardens to get a leg up for the coming year.

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