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The impact of adding color in your landscape or patio can’t be understated. Brightening up your landscape, paver patio, or front entrance doesn’t always have to be a budget buster. Color can be added through a variety of sources.
One of the easiest and most cost effective ways to increase curb appeal is through quality landscaping.
The Emerald Ash Borer has already reached Green Bay WI and our surrounding area. With no cure for the damage this pest causes in our landscape, you want to treat your Ash tree(s) early and regularly if you wish to keep the tree(s).
October is a busy month in the landscape with lawn mowing, leaves falling, and winterizing backyard ponds or water features.
Don’t let Mother Nature keep you from enjoying your landscaping and paver patio. Here are some landscaping ideas to extend your patio season.
With a few of these expert tips, you can make your landscape shine this holiday season. If you need a little help, Landscape Associates does landscaping Green Bay WI and Northeast WI and also specializes in holiday lighting.
Shrubs have the potential to provide interest in your landscape. Here are some landscaping ideas to give you a fresh take on the use of shrubs in your landscaping.
With summer heat evolving into fall; September is a time of the changing seasons. Now is a great time for any late season landscape additions and to start planning for winter.
Compost tea is like super yogurt for your lawn's health!
Installing landscape lighting is one of the best improvements you can make to your home by letting you get the most out of your landscaping. Outdoor lighting systems can increase the safety, functionality, and beauty of your home.
Think twice before squashing that bug. You may not realize it, but most of the little critters that make our landscapes and flower gardens home, provide benefits. These beneficial insects help your plants in ways you may not have realized.
It all starts from the ground up; the foundation to a healthy lawn is healthy soil. An organic approach to lawn care focuses on feeding the soil, which feed the plants. There are over one billion organisms in one teaspoon of healthy soil.
The heat is here and your landscaping and flower gardens are filling in. This is the time of year to keep up on landscape maintenance and make plans for your landscape and lawn care while you are away for any upcoming vacations.
Good soil structure and a healthy soil food web will promote a healthy lawn that requires less watering. If you feel you need to water your lawn, here are some tips from our landscapers.
Pollinators play an essential role for vegetable gardens. Some garden plants need bees, butterflies, and birds to pollinate for them. If you have had poor fruiting results from apples, raspberries, squash, or sunflowers, insufficient pollination could be the cause.
Landscaping Ideas and Gardening Ideas for Winter Months It still may be cold out but the days are getting longer and spring is inching closer. This is the time of
Imagine stepping outside to peace and relaxation. The birds are chirping, you can hear the rustle of leaves, and you are enjoying peace from the noise of everyday life. You can create your own outdoor retreat with some of these landscape ideas.
List of things to get done this November.
List of things to get done this October.
Do you want more birds around your yard this winter? Create a habitat with water, food sources, nesting sites and cover from predators. Pay special attention to providing fresh water and food during the coldest months.
Winter can be a tough time for landscape plants, especially those that aren’t native to this climate. Damage can include freezing, frost cracks, physical breakage, salt damage and desiccation (water loss). There are steps that can be taken to minimize these effects, though, and fall is the best time to do it.
A hardy, fast growing oak tree with a narrow columnar habit, this selection is ideal as a formal screen or as a stand-alone specimen in the landscape.