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    Spring is here and it’s time to give your lawn and landscape a Spring Clean Up, but exactly what is that? For a lot of homeowners, it means picking up a few sticks and mulching up the fallen leaves. There … Continue reading →
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    Crape Myrtle Pruning Does Not = Topping Proper Crape Myrtle Pruning is all too often not done. But “Crape Murder” is being committed on an almost daily basis. When asked why someone cut their Crape Myrtles back to a stub, … Continue reading →
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    Lawn and Landscape Maintenance can be a hard job. Physically taxing at the least, but there are also other issues to consider. Do you have the proper equipment to do the job right? Do you have the time to invest … Continue reading →
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    Plan Your Maintenance Schedule Out Now You know that you will have certain lawn care items to do this year on your lawn and landscape to have a GREAT ONE! So why not sit down with a calendar now and … Continue reading →
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    In case anyone is interested in Gardening, Lawn and Landscape tips here is a link to my Company's website Blog, subscribe to it and you will get our weekly Blog posts' with tips and tricks to help you keep your lawn and landscape in tip top shape through the year. www.LawnMastersLLPC.com/blog

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    Great Landscape Plants For Winter Color and Interest

    Many landscapes might be beautiful in Spring, Summer, and Fall but be lacking in color and interest in the Winter time. Winter color can be addressed in the planning stages of your Landscape Design, or by adding some plants that … Continue reading →