Champion Tree Contest seeks largest Live OakProsper’s annual community-wide search for the largest tree of a certain species enters its second year as the Parks and Recreation Department announces that Continue Reading
Do you have a slope on your property down which excess water flows, causing erosion on the slope and/or a landscape drainage problem below? Homeowners often get rid of such Continue Reading
Well it is that time of year again! The cold and the rains have subsided a bit and spring has officially sprung indeed! It’s the time when everywhere I go, Continue Reading
Should you hire a professional landscaping company? You have to weight the pros and cons and use some common sense. You have to ask yourself some important questions first. Is this Continue Reading
Natural Mosquito Repellents I am generally not a big fan of chemical products that harm our environment and avoid using toxic chemical insect repellents whenever possible. However, my profession requires Continue Reading
Crisp, cool mornings. Perfect “sleeping weather” at night. Plant catalogs and landscaping “how to” books piling up on our coffee table. It must be Fall! Fall is my favorite time Continue Reading
If you plan to over seed your lawn this fall, knowing the difference between annual and perennial rye grass — and how each performs — will help you make the best choice for your situation.
Shrubs suitable for planting on banks or slopes have suckering root systems or branches that root where they touch the ground.
Our approach to using water to irrigate lawns should be that of conservation. The supply is not endless — in fact, only one percent of the earth’s water is available Continue Reading