Reduce Stress and Get to Summer Quicker

It’s January. Winter.  A month of thinking about those 2019 goals. Probably one of them was creating your perfect outdoor landscape space for fun and relaxation this summer.  You might be thinking that you should put “landscape planning” on your list of things to...

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Dog-Friendly Yards

Pets are an important part of our lives.  They bring joy and smiles. But they can also bring frustration and mud as they play, dig, and live their lives in our yards.  Here are some ways to create a dog-friendly yard that both you and your furry friends can enjoy. Add...

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Fall Lighting

It is that time of year again, the time when it seems that the days revolve around dark, darker and darkest. For months we arrive home after dark and leave before light. It is sometimes difficult to imagine creating something beautiful from the darkness, but landscape...

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Atlas Cedar Fungus Solution

Does your Blue Atlas have a fungus? Atlas Cedar fungus is a silent menace that can destroy your beautiful landscape trees. Know the signs and fight back. Is your Blue Atlas Cedar turning pink rather than blue? By mid-May is your once beautiful Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar...

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Top 5 Landscape Problems We Can Solve

Muddy areas There are lots of reasons you may have muddy areas in your yard. The rain the Pacific Northwest is getting isn’t any help.  But there are lots of other reasons you might have mud. The first thing you need is an assessment of your yard.  Once the main...

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Winterize your yard

Fall is the time to winterize your yard and get it ready for sleep. September is the perfect month to start walking around and making your list of things to do before the first frost comes. There are lots of reasons to winterize. First, do you really want to be...

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