Category: Landscaping Maintenance

What You Can Do to Make Your Landscape Safer

When you own a home, ensuring your property is safe for you, your family, and any other residents is always a priority. There are obvious measures you can take to secure your home, such as installing an alarm system, surveillance cameras, and perimeter fencing. But there are also other ways to increase safety on your… Read more »

Why You Should Be Pruning Your Trees in Winter

Of all the plants on your property, established trees probably require the least amount of maintenance in the bunch. As long as they’re getting enough water, you can usually get through the growing season with just the occasional application of mulch or fertilizer. The one care task you do need to prioritize when it comes… Read more »

3 Tips for Tackling Snow Removal This Winter

Winter is a magical time of year. Unfortunately for homeowners, a picturesque winter wonderland also brings with it one of the most annoying and tiresome landscaping tasks of the year—snow removal. It would be wonderful if snow could melt away as quickly and effortlessly as it falls to the earth. But since that’s not the… Read more »

How To Winterize Your Landscape Water Features

Although it might feel as though you just nailed down your leaf raking and perennial care routine for fall, winter in the northeast will be here before you know it. For homeowners in this region, that means it is already time to start switching gears and coming up with your winter landscaping plan. The first… Read more »

End-of-Summer Landscaping Tips to Get Your Yard Ready for Fall

Seasonal Landscaping Services in Annapolis, MD

As summer winds down and the peak of growing season passes, you may start to lighten your load of landscaping duties. While there certainly is less to do in your yard when fall comes around, there are still plenty of landscaping tasks you can tackle in the final weeks before the new season arrives. Here… Read more »

How to Protect Your Outdoor Plants from Heat Stress

Landscaping & Grounds Management in Annapolis, MD

Here in the Northeast, we’re known for our harsh winter weather. Anybody who lives here year-round though will tell you that our summers can be pretty brutal too! While our high temperatures and heat waves don’t last quite as long as those of our southern counterparts, a few weeks of intense heat is all it… Read more »

Cleaning Tips to Help You Keep Your Stone Pavers in Great Shape

Brick Paver Installation in Annapolis, MD

Brick or stone pavers are a great way to add a touch of elegance to your yard without piling too much extra work onto your landscaping duties. They’re versatile in style and durable in structure—the perfect investment when you want to upgrade your landscape! Just like with any landscape feature, you want to do your… Read more »

How Salt Can Damage Your Landscape (& How You Can Prevent It)

Landscaping & Maintenance Services in Annapolis

Road salt is a life saver in areas that experience the effects of harsh winter weather. It keeps the streets much safer for drivers, prevents you from slipping on the sidewalk, and helps reduce those massive post-storm snow piles to a manageable size. Unfortunately, salt is not as convenient for your landscape as it is… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of Maintaining Your Backyard Waterfall

Waterfall Landscape Design and Installation in Annapolis, MD

Water features have become popular landscaping accents that add a level of elegance and tranquility to many residential and commercial properties. Waterfall elements in particular are a great way to transform anyone’s backyard into a relaxing oasis! In order to get the most out of your backyard waterfall and keep it sparkling and fresh, you… Read more »

Landscaping for Dog Owners 101

Being passionate about your landscaping and your pup can be a challenge when it comes to practicality. You want your dog to enjoy your gorgeous backyard, while somehow keeping it, well, gorgeous! It can be frustrating at times when you go to check on your dog and find him happily digging up the lawn that… Read more »