Reducing costs is on everyone's mind - especially business professionals. Finding ways to reduce operating costs without compromising quality might feel like an overwhelming challenge.
Water is the lifeblood of plants. After all, they are 90% water. Without water, plants can't produce food. Their leaves and stems wilt, and the entire plant will eventually die. But there is such a thing as too much of a good thing.
The exterior of your physical location can say a lot about your company. It is the first impression your customers and employees have of the organization. Landscaping and the exterior appearance shape how people feel about the business before they even get to know it.
Color draws attention. If you manage a commercial property, you know how effective adding colorful plants can be in attracting visitors, impressing onlookers, and boosting your property's overall appeal.
Some consider winter as the dormant season. Those once vibrant petunias that bloomed in the warm summer sun have withered off. The sweet violet violas have just barely made it through their first snowfall. Everywhere you look, the outdoors look barren and stark.
Yet, a winter landscape can be just as colorful as the rest of the year. You just need to add the right winter plants to your commercial landscape.
It’s time for cool nights with crackling fires, Mums and Pansies, football, Halloween, and pumpkin spice EVERYTHING! Oh, and don’t forget leaves. Lots and lots of leaves. Depending on the trees you have on your commercial property, you may see falling leaves from as early as August all the way through February. Properties still need to look maintained through these months, and there are a few ways to attack the leaf situation.