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4 Reasons Why Organic Lawn Care Is Catching On

There are four reasons why organic lawn care is becoming popular, and they should make you consider caring for your lawn organically. It is good for you, your family, and the people in your community. Caring for your lawn with organic techniques is good for the soil....

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What Is A Self-Fertilizing Lawn In Norfolk?

You care so much about the environment and choosing organic options for yourself and your family members. Did you know that you have the option to go that route with your lawn care as well? Sustainability and limiting chemical exposure to yourself, your family, and...

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Snow Plowing vs. Snow Blowing

Which is best for me?: In this article I will list the pro's and con's of Snow Plowing and Snow Blowing.  The Snow industry is challenging and I have had first hand experience from high-end shopping plaza's to residential driveways and everything in between.  I have...

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Snowblowing North Attleboro

Snowblowing: Tractor Mounted snowblowing for residential driveways is simply the best solution for residential snow removal. See this Blog for more details: Snowblowing Plainville Did last years snow get you down?  We can help! We are offering an innovative new...

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Landscaping; North Attleboro 10 Tips

Hi Folks, Feeling the economy slowly rebounding and the housing market beginning to improve, new homeowners are once again on the move.  Being in a new town or neighbourhood is an opportunity for a new start.  When selecting who will be maintaining and improving your...

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Landscape Renovations, North Attleboro

Ok, I haven't posted in a while and am certainly feeling guilty about that.. what better way to prove that we've been very busy than some before and after Photos of our work.  We have the pleasure of working with some great families and truly enjoy seeing their...

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Lawn Irrigation

Quick post on turf irrigation and some things to consider as our Landscapes suffer from extreme weather. Please these techniques on landscape and lawn irrigation.  Good article on a relevant topic turf irrigation during our mini heat wave. To read earlier Blog Posts...

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North Attleboro Lawn Care; Are you seeing Red?

As I visit properties and walk lawns I am noticing red thread in most lawns the last few days.  It is easily identified by the pink fungus that has grown on the leaf blades.  Noticeable without magnification these areas are typically in 4-8” rings.  The lawn can have...

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Spring Clean up; 4 Reasons NOT to wait!

Are you going to take advantage  of the "low snow" winter? Historically we have had great years in the Landscape industry when we can get a couple weeks of work done in March. 4 Reasons NOT to wait to do your Spring Clean up Reason #: Emerging Bulbs, perennials and...

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Lawn Care: Winter Lawn seeding technique

Are you unhappy with the thickness of your lawn?  Did you miss the opportunity to over-seed this past winter? I am going to personally try this technique this year.  My dog has been very detrimental to the success of my back lawn.  She is an energetic black lab that...

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North Attleboro Landscaper: Fall Clean ups

Just a quick post to show some photos of the men working hard to get up all the leaves.  We have been fortunate as the weather has cooperated nicely. This a magical service.  The properties are literally covered with debris and within a few hours it is emaculate.  As...

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Lawn Mowing Techniques: Mulching vs. Bagging

It is common knowledge that the Northeast is the only part of the country that bags grass clippings and this North Attleboro Lawn mowing company is no different. It's the classic debate when it comes to lawn care. Do you mulch your lawn grass clippings or bag them?...

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Fall Lawn care Tips

Just because the summer heat and sunshine is rapidly decreasing does not mean that your lawn's beauty should as well.  Practicing proper lawn care, you can maintain a healthy, vibrant lawn well into October.  During the cooler months of fall and winter, grass goes...

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Top 5 – lawn watering tips

People often assume that what works for one lawn will automatically work for another. This is definitely not so. Lawn watering tips and gardening maintenance recommendations can fluctuate depending on a number of variants. The location of the lawn or garden in...

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Beautiful landscaping in North Attleboro

North Attleboro is a beautiful place made even more beautiful by picturesque landscapes.  Winter has come and gone, and now it's time to start sprucing up around the house.  A beautiful landscape adds more to the exterior appearance of your home than you could imagine...

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Picture Blog – North Attleboro Landscaping

Just a quick post on some North Attleboro Landscapers.  I happened to snap a great shot of the crews doing some amazing Spring clean up work in North Attleboro.  I really have some great employees that have proven to be very reliable and hardworking.  Nothing better...

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Spring lawn care Tip – Over-seeding

Spring lawn care Tip -   Over-seeding Happy Spring! Just a quick Tip as we attack our spring clean ups this spring.  We have been fielding many questions about lawn over-seeding.  Situations like excess snow damage, bare spots due to neglect, snow mold, compaction and...

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Spring cleanups in Massachusetts: Top 6 Tips

Spring clean ups mean different things to different folks.  For us in the Landscape (green) industry it means breathing life into our landscapes for another season of enjoyable beauty. As the snow subsides and the early bulbs begin to dominate the landscape our crews...

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Lawn Dethatching: Do You Really Need It?

Thatch as defined by Dr. James B. Beard is “a tightly intermingled layer of dead and living stems and roots that develops between the zone of green vegetation and the soil surface.” Dethatching is an aggressive approach to removing thatch and should be done correctly...

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Simple Landscaping

When I think of simple landscaping it reminds me of Nature.  A simple landscape is one that survives without the need of our constant inputs. As days seem shorter and the world more complex I am frequently asked by clients about how to create simple landscapes.  While...

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Fall Mowing Service

If you are in an area where the onset of heavy leaves and a potential for snow accumulation is on the seasons agenda you'll want to mow low to about 2.5-2.75 inches. Mowing low for fall will reduce the impact of snow mold and or matting. A nice tight mowing will also...

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North Attleboro Lawn Fertilization

Identifying and controlling White Clover in residential lawns. White Clover is very apparent in lawns in late spring and early summer when they are producing their white blooms. The appearance of white clover is a low growing; mat forming; round, dark green leaves in...

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Three (3) tips for late Spring Mowing

Here are three (3) Tips for Spring Mowing in New England: Our Mowing crews have had great results following the tips below.  We have two mowing teams that service mowing accounts throughout the North Attleboro, Wrentham, and Mansfield areas. Mow High - Mowing high...

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Dandelions?

Dandelions are a broadleaf perennial that people love to hate. If you are looking to control your dandelion population through a lawn care program here are some tips you should know. Dandelions like moist weather and acidic soil (soil test!) Low calcium levels in the...

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Organic Lawn Care | Crabgrass control

As the 2010 Lawn care season takes shape; here are a few guidelines for managing your crabgrass organically.  Crabgrass control can be accomplished for Organic lawns by taking these 5 Steps: Maintaining nutrient levels in the soil by using Organic Fertilizers and...

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Franklin Landscaping

The weather has broken, and the need for landscape services is here. I am proud to see the great work the crews are producing. It certainly makes my job easier. Here are a couple photos of a crew in Franklin, Ma performing some Spring clean up and edging work.

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North Attleboro Spring Clean up

Caught up with the crews today doing some fantastic Spring Clean up work in North Attleboro. Here are a picture of Ervin creating some beautiful looking edges. When the lawns begin to "green up" the contrast will be much more striking!

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Organics vs. Jones’

I run into people/clients all the time who have been made to believe that the best way to “green up” their lawn and make it weed and pest free is by applying the latest chemical product. Since they are obtaining this information from T.V. commercials, uninformed...

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