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Jennifer Iverson

Back to the Basics of Landscape Design

By | Landscaping Tips

When it comes to the basics of commercial landscape design, function is as important as appearance. Commercial landscape design needs to be particularly thoughtful with attention paid to purpose, convenience, and pragmatism. Think about what will make your client, customer, or guest experience better related to the landscape and exterior of your establishment, and work with…

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To Rake or Not to Rake

By | Gardening, Landscaping Tips

One of the most labor-intensive landscaping chores has to be raking leaves; so, why do it? Many landowners feel that raking prevents their lawns or turf from being smothered, which could cause discoloration and failure to thrive later on. Where do these leaves go after they are raked? In most cases, leaves end up in trash…

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Is it Time for Tree Trimming?

By | Uncategorized

If you own property, you know the importance of keeping trees and foliage trimmed and pruned, if only to maintain public safety. Since there is severe weather to consider in the Carolinas, there are times that merit tree removal for both homeowners and businesses alike. Is it time for tree trimming on your property? Here are…

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Enjoy The Many Benefits Of Water Features

By | Gardening, Landscaping Tips

From homes to hospitals, stores to office spaces, water can have many therapeutic and beneficial properties. If you are looking for ways to improve your property curb appeal, while attracting attention- and traffic- install and implement water features with the help of a landscaping professional. Architectural Water Features There are two distinct types of water features to…

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Kill the Weeds, Save the Grass

By | Gardening, Landscaping Tips

Homeowners and gardeners shouldn’t have to choose between weeds and a lush lawn, but often many chemical herbicides to get rid of weeds will also kill the grass. What can you do? Try these tips for non-toxic weed killers that won’t harm your lawn in the process. Hot Water Perhaps the most natural way to kill weeds…

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