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Our Top Picks for Native Plants

Posted by John Tighe on Mon, Apr 28, 2014 @ 10:12 PM

New England native plants are wonderful options for your landscape. We’ve talked about native plants before – see this post on why native plants are low-maintenance and great for the environment, and this one on a few particularly appealing native flowering shrubs. Today, we’ll introduce you to a few of our all-time favorites. A good mix of trees, shrubs, perennials, and groundcover will give you the most beautiful planting design, so we’ve included some of each to fulfill all your gardening needs! Check out our gardening design service’s top picks for New England native plants:

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Tags: native plants, gardening, landscape design, evergreen, garden, plants, shrub, spring, planting

Top 3 Landscaping Trends for 2014

Posted by John Tighe on Wed, Mar 19, 2014 @ 08:00 AM


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Tags: landscaping, landscape care, gardening, landscape irrigation

What You Need to Know About Water Features

Posted by John Tighe on Sat, Jun 23, 2012 @ 06:53 AM

Water features enhance your landscaping in various ways, improving property value and creating a more comfortable atmosphere in your outdoor living space. But professional design and installation ensure this investment brings in maximum returns. What kind of water feature are you dreaming about? And how can you make that dream a reality?

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Tags: water features, gardening, garden accents

Mulch Madness or Why You Need Mulch to Stay Sane

Posted by John Tighe on Thu, Jun 07, 2012 @ 02:10 PM

Last week we discussed the importance of weeding, and how weeds can potentially destroy your landscape. Mulch acts as a low maintenance protective barrier against the weed threat, and is certainly worth the investment. But how do you know which mulch to buy and how thick to spread it? And does this landscaping super hero have other benefits?

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Tags: landscape care, mulch, gardening, mulching

How Weeding Works Wonders in Your Yard

Posted by John Tighe on Wed, May 30, 2012 @ 03:22 PM

What's wrong with weeds? Why do some people spend so much time and money eliminating these stubborn plants? Weeds remove valuable nutrients from the soil and absorb water, essentially stealing from your perennials, grass and trees. If you want the healthiest lawn and garden possible taking the time to remove weeds simply makes sense.

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Tags: landscape care, gardening, weeding