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Are You Looking for a Great Career?

Are You Looking for a Great Career?

Are you looking for a great career?  Consider landscaping.  Professional Careers PART 1 No matter your area of interest, you can apply it in the landscaping industry. We’re sure very few students start their school careers with the vision of being in the landscape industry.  It doesn’t have the same draw as “sports blogger” or “firefighter,” however you can use almost any of your...
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Lawn Mold is “Snow” Joke

Lawn Mold is “Snow” Joke

Cold weather can affect the health of your lawn in some unexpected ways. While most people are concerned with protecting their lawns during the hot days of summer, cold weather and snow can be equally damaging. After a long period of snow, many homeowners start to see patches of gray mold spread throughout their lawn. This is a sure sign of snow mold.  Gray snow mold (Typhula blight) is a...
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Home Safety During the Holidays

Home Safety During the Holidays

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year, but don’t let candles, candy canes, and Christmas carols deflect you from keeping yourself and your home safe this holiday season. Your beautiful decorations could turn into something much more dangerous without following proper safety procedures.  When searching for your tree, be sure to seek out the freshest one you can find. One of the...
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Edible Winter Plants

Edible Winter Plants

Winter is fast approaching, but that does not mean your gardening has to end. You can continue to grow and enjoy fresh produce due to the number of plants that thrive in the winter. You may want to start with some winter gardening supplies. A cold frame is a simple structure that utilizes solar energy to create a microclimate within your garden. They are used to retain heat and protect plants...
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Which Tree is the Best for Christmas?

Which Tree is the Best for Christmas?

Nobles, Grands, and Douglas Firs are the best Christmas trees to get this Holiday season! The most popular types of Christmas trees are fir trees because they shed fewer needles when they dry and maintain their scent and color.  Douglas firs are the most common type of tree in the US! They are grown and shipped all over North America. They have 1-1.5 inch dark green, soft needles that...
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