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Photinias are a popular shrub used in landscapes across the eastern and central portion of the United States. It grows pretty quickly, reaching 6’ within a few years. They look good planted along fence lines or property lines and are useful for blocking the wind or blocking nosy neighbors. They are evergreens, which means they… Read more »

Posted by & filed under lawn care

Throughout the year, your lawn is susceptible to damage from all kinds of things like too much sun, too little sun, too much rain, too little rain and the list goes on and on. There are also many potential problems lurking below the surface in the soil. This time of year one of the major… Read more »

Posted by & filed under lawncare, weeds

Although we had the first official day of spring this week, we still aren’t fully done with winter temps just yet. Temperatures are still pretty mild but we will start to see the bermudagrass start to green up and come out of dormancy soon. Right now with most of it still dormant and brown, those… Read more »

Posted by & filed under crepe myrtle

Every year at this time of the season, I cringe at the sight of the “bad haircuts” on what should be large, beautiful Crepe Myrtle shrubs. Homeowners, and even “professional’ landscapers seem to whack back the stems on Crepe Myrtles to the same point they were pruned last year, and the year before that, and… Read more »