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Those colorful flowers and plants in the pots way up on the rooftop garden might need water.

Or, they might not.

It’s often tricky to tell. 

Until now. 

Level Green Landscaping is now using Spiio — the latest soil moisture technology that will tell us instantly if a pot needs water, from miles away. 

Level Green business development manager Marion Delano is pretty excited about it.

Here’s why.

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Don’t let this bug’s name fool you. If the kissing bug shows up at your place, you don’t want to pucker up.

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People who work at Level Green Landscaping tend to stick around.

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There’s security in knowing you have a retention basin or stormwater pond on your property. 

The pools collect water from rain and runoff and release it slowly, at a nice, easy rate that prevents flooding or erosion.

But is yours really working? Not without regular retention basin maintenance. 

Cameron Cook, operations manager at Level Green Landscaping, walks us through the stormwater pond maintenance tasks Level Green crews do to keep these vital wet ponds working — and passing those inspections. 

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You might notice your Level Green Landscaping account manager hanging around your property in the rain. Don’t invite them in — they’re out there for a reason.

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Ever wonder where your plants come from?

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Feeling soggy? We hear you. 

The National Weather Service declared 2018 as the wettest year on record for the nation's capital, with more than 60 inches of rain. 

The record-breaking rain has saturated communities throughout the mid-Atlantic. 

Now it’s spring — the rainy season. 

Is your landscape prepared? Here’s a look at the soggy situation — and what to do about it.

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Washington DC is one of the greenest cities around, and getting greener by the day.

Who’s hitting it out of the park? The variety of players is impressive.

A baseball stadium, for one. Toss in a park commission, an electric cooperative, and a bustling entertainment district.

And here at Level Green Landscaping, we’re doing our part, too.

Here’s a look at how several DC companies are building greener, operating smarter and working diligently to protect the earth.

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If a landscaping company tells you, sure, they can handle every single aspect of your commercial property’s huge project all by themselves, raise your eyebrows.

At Level Green Landscaping, we’re smart enough to know what we don’t know.

That’s why we use trusted subcontractors as our project partners for your construction job.

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We love mulch as much as the next guy. Probably even more.

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