Wellness Check: Lawn Tips for the Fall

With summer winding down, it’s time to adjust your lawn care routine to match the changing climate. The temperature will be dropping and days will be getting shorter. For this reason, your lawn will need to adapt with the season. Early fall is actually a great time to work on your lawn for the future.... read more


Feathered Friends Add Value to Property

We’ve covered how the right commercial landscape makes a great impression on the neighborhood and potential customers, but how does it look to our feathered friends? Yes, an underrated aspect of commercial landscaping is designing a space that appeals to local wildlife, namely birds. The right design can bring a wide spectrum of avian visitors... read more


General Landscaping Mistakes

General Landscaping Mistakes Lately, we’ve covered many topics about what makes a good lawn. We’ve talked about prominent features, sustainable designs and fun ways to make your property stand out. In other words, we’ve done a pretty good job of steering you in the right direction. What we haven’t covered is what you shouldn’t do.... read more


It’s Not Hard: Hardscaping Your Lawn

Landscaping isn’t always about grass, flowers and trees. Sometimes, designing the perfect lawn involves little manmade touches to make a statement or give a clearer vision. Whether it’s a fountain, walking path or ornaments, thinking outside of the plant box widens your horizons. The term for this is “hardscaping” and refers to any landscaping touch... read more


Making an Entrance: Tips to Make Your Entrance Grand

Many people like to focus on making an entrance, but for many businesses, it has always been about making a great entrance. Of course we mean their actual entrance, their doorway to the world, and the place they want to emphasize to all customers, both current and prospective. Commercial landscaping puts a big emphasis on... read more


Going Native: The Benefits of Using Native Plants

When starting a new landscape design, many customers begin looking into the benefits of the environment around them. The use of native plants is on the rise among landscapers and the benefits are hard to ignore. As a local business, it’s important to present a good image to the neighborhood. If your landscape stands out,... read more


Limiting the Damage: Tips to Protect Your Lawn During Storms

With hurricane season, it is always prudent to have a plan of action when a major storm hits. Preparing your property for the worst can make a huge difference when it comes to preventing damage, especially for your commercial lawn. Protecting your landscape keeps your business safe. Let us help you plan. Hurricanes bring the... read more


Tending to Trends: Recent Landscaping Styles

Commercial landscaping is an ever-changing topic. Trends come and go just like anything else and keeping up with them can help benefit your business. Everyone wants their property to stand out in order to draw eyes and bring in customers. Keeping up with trends can make the difference. Make a statement with your landscape and... read more


Ahead of the Curve: Adding Curb Appeal to Your Business

Making the most out of your commercial landscape can do wonders for business. If you want to get people through the door, make sure that your space is as open and inviting as possible. When it comes to increasing your curb appeal, it is less about flash and more about substance. Your landscape says a... read more


Heating Up and Staying Healthy: Irrigation Tips for Your Lawn

Now that summer is at it’s peak, it’s prudent to know that July is smart irrigation month. Proper irrigation is crucial for any yard to stay green and inviting year-round, especially during the hottest days. There are multiple ways to properly irrigate your lawn and here are a few tips to get the most out... read more