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Trees are only one component in today's landscapes, yet they require frequent checkups and maintenance. Tree maintenance can be as simple as applying a bag of mulch or as complex as installing cabling systems and lightning protection....

How To: Use Cultural Practices to Prevent Disease 

Turfgrass diseases are tough to control. Fungicides can be expensive and, in some cases, you can't entirely control the disease unless some other cultural practice alters the environment....

Finding Your Foundation 

The foundation planting is a basic component of the traditional landscape. Look at the base of almost any home and you'll see one as well as seeing them around libraries, old banks, courthouses and even garages and outbuildings....


Many instances of compaction develop around older trees through pedestrian or vehicular traffic. While the source of compaction may not be very close to the trees, continued use of sidewalks and driveways radiate the effects of compaction to the surrounding area....

Trimming the Tree 

Keeping trees healthy and attractive requires strategic trimming or pruning on occasion. To effectively trim trees, it's important to have the proper training, use the right equipment and implement safe practices and techniques....

How To: Plant Blooming Bulbs for Spring 

Whether you're planting in a residential or commercial setting, there are a few things to keep in mind and a few tricks you may want to try....

Grasses with Gusto 

Grass has always been a part of the landscape. As a groundcover, it provides excellent transition elements between areas of the garden. It also makes a great place to play ball, have a picnic or just walk through barefoot....

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