Blog Entries - 2010

Save a Tree, Reduce Soil Compaction

December 8, 2010  |  interesting facts

Trees, like people, are easily disturbed by changes in their surroundings. Construction of buildings and roads is a major cause of tree injury. Symptoms of tree disease may not be immediately visible. Sometimes several years of decline occur between injury

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Keeping a Healthy Lawn

November 1, 2010  |  keeping a healthy lawn

Keep your lawn healthy by Aerating this fall.

What can Core Aeration do for Your Lawn.... 

  • stimulates Root Growth
  • enhances Water Uptake
  • Reduces Compaction
  • Improves Oxygen content
  • Enhances Thatch Control
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Canada Red Cherry tree

Popular tree for birds

July 9, 2010  |  popular tree for birds

Schubert Cherry is also sometimes called Canada Red Cherry tree. Fruits are attractive to songbirds. Prunus v. 'Schubert' Keeps its purplish foliage for most of the summer and fall. Leaves emerge as bright green in the spring with white blooms, changing to

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Travertine stone

One-of-a-kind Outdoor Living Space

July 2, 2010  |  travertine stone

Travertine stone is a smooth, porous, naturally decorative material which offers a soft cream hue, an overall old-world beauty, and a dense and durable surface. Travertine is most commonly used for building materials in Italy, and rich deposits of Travertine

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"Bloodgood" Japanese maple


May 17, 2010  |  bloodgood maple tree

The "Bloodgood" Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood') is one of the most popular Japanese maple tree cultivars due to is consistent deep reddish purple leaf and and dark stem color. At fall foliage time those leaves become a striking crimson. Bloodgood

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