How Much Does Commercial Landscaping Cost? Tips For Comparing Commercial Landscape Maintenance Bids…

Contractors often return a bid in a nice folder prepared on a standard template that is used for bids. It is time to think outside of the box! You need to be sure that your formal bid addresses many of the concerns and needs that were brought to your attention during a fact finding session… [Read More]

How a Proactive Pest Management Approach Helps Your Landscaping Efforts More Then Using Chemicals Alone

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests by combining biological, cultural, physical and chemical tools in a way that minimizes economic, health, and environmental risks. When it comes to our landscapes, we tend to focus more on the beauty and appearance of our properties and neglect the fact that our landscapes… [Read More]

Lawn Care & Landscaping Services Buyer’s Guide: #1 What Is Your Landscaping Situation?

Looking to hire or replace a professional lawn maintenance company? We’ve created this Lawn Care Services Buyer’s Guide Blog Series to make your decision as easy as possible. First things first!… Before you can interview a landscaping company you will need to figure out what your landscaping situation is and decide on what services you want to acquire. What Landscaping… [Read More]

Lawn Care Tips – What Kind of Fertilizer Should I Use On My Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky Lawn?

Most grass in the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area are cool season grasses like Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass, and Fescue. Cool season grasses will go dormant and turn brown in extreme heat, prolonged heat waves, or drought. It is very important to buy the right type of fertilizer for your cool season grass and to follow… [Read More]

Commercial Lawn Care Tips – A Simple Fall Aeration and Overseeding Can Rejuvenate Your Lawn

Business owners know that a first impression is big thing for visiting clients, partners, and guests.  One way to insure that your Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky lawn come back strong every years is a fall aeration and overseeding. Aeration uses special aeration equipment to penetrate the soil and pull out plugs from the soil. This… [Read More]

Tree Care Tips – How Best to Water Your Trees To Keep Them Healthy

When dry weather continues for an extended period, landscape trees depend on homeowners for water. Many urban and landscape trees have been lost due to drought, so it’s important to take care of surviving trees and nurture replacement trees with proper watering. Many homeowners assume rain will provide enough water for trees. But your watering… [Read More]

Landscaping Tips – Best Street Trees For Commercial Properties in Kentucky

Trees can bring a lot to your site, from adding shade and curb appeal to increasing your customer visits. Planting trees on your commercial property adds value, saves on energy costs and makes your property more appealing to visitors, guests and tenants. Beyond their aesthetic value, trees are also a much-needed natural resource, especially here… [Read More]

Tips On How To Setup Exterior Lighting For Your Home Or Office

Homeowners spend considerable time making sure the exterior of their home is something beautiful to behold, addressing such key elements as the architectural details on the home’s facade and attractive landscaping. But homeowners often overlook something that can make their home continue to stand out after the sun goes down. Quality outdoor landscape lighting can… [Read More]

Landscaping Tips – What You Need to Know Before You Plant a Tree

Planting a tree isn’t as easy as just digging a hole. There are some things you need to know before planting your tree in order for it to thrive. Here are some basic steps for you to remember when planting a tree. Make the Right Hole Size For Your New Tree Many make the mistake… [Read More]

Tips for Pruning Your Trees and Shrubs in the Winter Months (The Best Time to Prune Some Plants)

It’s cold but it’s time to have your trees and shrubs pruned. Winter is the best time of year to prune deciduous plants which are most of the shrubs and trees in the Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati area. Trees and Shrubs that are pruned in the winter will literally spring into spring with more vigor that if you didn’t… [Read More]