2023 Landscape Trends
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by Nikki Sandman
2w ago
Goals and resolutions can be a great way to think about the year ahead. As a small company, we love doing the same. As we start the new year, we thought we would share what trending in the landscape world. Here are the top five landscape trends that are paving the way into the 2023 season. Native plants Did you know there are approximately 2,100 Pennsylvanian native plants? These are the plants that occurred before colonization and thrive best in the climate of your property. In Pennsylvania, we have all four seasons which include harsh summers and winters. Non-native plants may look beautiful ..read more
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Winter Lawn Damage
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by Nikki Sandman
3w ago
Winter is here. It’s officially the time of year with cold weather and snowy forecasts. Here’s an old blog post we revamped for the new season. Damage to one’s property can be common during the winter months. From rodents, snow mold, to salt and snow plow damages; winter can be a very hard time for lawns across the Susquehanna Valley. In preparation for the winter season; we always recommend treating your yard with a wintering fertilizer. When applied; the nutrients in the winterizer treatment are distributed and stored in the root system of your grass. These nutrients provide necessary nouris ..read more
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Add Pinecones to Your Holiday Menu
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by Nikki Sandman
3M ago
We get it! The thought of adding pinecones to anything you eat may take a second to sink in. But, it is a great way to add some seasonal flavor this Christmas season. Making pinecone syrup and candid pinecones has been a fun adventure for us. 2022 was our third year making both items. We have been inspected and approved by the department of agriculture in Pennsylvania for sale of these products. Both the syrup and candid pinecones have been a sweet addition to our Christmas shop. Already this season; we have loved hearing what food and drinks families add these pinecone treats to so, we though ..read more
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To Rake or Not to Rake
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by Nikki Sandman
3M ago
That’s the question. Grass needs air and sunlight to survive. If there are thick layers of leaves covering the grass, plus the wetness of frost and snow, the lawn has a greater chance of developing mold. Snow mold affects cool-season grasses and one way to help prevent snow mold is make sure there are not large piles of leaves on your lawn. Our goal is always to practice and promote good lawn health. If you choose to not clean up the leaves from your lawn, we recommend using your mower to mulch the leaves. This way, the leaves are smaller in size and easier to decompose. You will want to be ab ..read more
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2022 Landscape Trends
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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Winter Bucket List 2022
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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2021 Christmas Bucket List
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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Christmas Movie BINGO
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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Thanksgiving Bucket List 2021
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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Our 100th Blog!
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by Nikki Sandman
1y ago
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