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Two-in-One Landscape Design: Where Features Meet Function

Two-in-One Landscape Design: Where Features Meet Function

Landscape Architects and Designers plan landscapes.  Working with property owners, they create the objectives to accomplish and define problems that need to be solved.  Commercial property owners and managers have a lot to think about when it comes to how the exterior of their property looks.  They have to think about the type of spaces they have, how they want them to be used, and what they want them to look like. They also need to consider how much maintenance and upkeep will be required to keep the spaces looking their best.  The…continue reading →
Making Organic Lawn Care Work for Your Commercial Property

Making Organic Lawn Care Work for Your Commercial Property

  A lot more goes into caring for the landscape than just making the plants and lawns look nice.  It’s also a matter of building, cultivating and nurturing a healthy landscape as a whole. As a landscape professional, we have a responsibility to be environmentally conscious in our means and practices.  At the top of the list for us is to stay informed about the trends and products that that are best for the environment by being the most energy efficient, or the least toxic and harmful surrounding plants along with animals and…continue reading →
Tree Removal and Commercial Property Value

Tree Removal and Commercial Property Value

An old, sprawling tree is a beautiful thing. Besides adding shade, mature trees do a world of good for properties. They absorb pollutants in the air and water and reduce soil erosion. They significantly increase curb appeal — a mature tree can be valued between $1,000 and $10,000 and can increase property value. While a thriving tree may add to your property value, an unhealthy one can quickly send it plummeting. No one wants to take down an old tree. But sometimes it’s in the best interest of your company and property to have a…continue reading →
5 Benefits of Dormant Pruning

5 Benefits of Dormant Pruning

What is Dormant Pruning? Dormant pruning is the process of performing routine maintenance pruning on trees and shrubs at a time when they are not actively growing.  Elevating low hanging branches, removing damaged or broken limbs, and creating space between structures and the landscaping can all be done during late Fall and Winter.   Routine pruning practices can be used, but plants can also withstand more dramatic pruning at this time of so it's also a good time to address shrubs that are growing into walks and paths or that are growing above windows…continue reading →
Ice Melt-Is It Safe for Pets?

Ice Melt-Is It Safe for Pets?

Ice Melt & Pets - Keeping Them Safe Winter weather presents many challenges for commercial property owners and managers.  Keeping guests, residents, and employees safe and keeping the property accessible to emergency personnel are the primary goals and ice melt plays a critical role in an effective winter weather strategy.  But what about pets and other animals?  Are the products used to melt ice on asphalt, concrete, and other hard surfaces safe for our four-legged friends? Most Common Ice Melt Ingredients Sodium - Sodium chloride is the most commonly used material for ice…continue reading →
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