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  • Hurricane Preparedness

    Important Information from Senator Kenneth LaValle.


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  • CLASS II Pruning (aka Standard Pruning)

    Pruning Standard for Class II Pruning             This standard, revised in 1989, is provided by the National Arborist Association to assist tree service companies, utilities, municipalities, etc....


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  • Pruning and Caring for your Trees Health

    PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. PREVENT TREE AND SHRUB LOSS. Your trees and shrubs need care and feeding to flourish.     Here are some facts you may not know: Trees are the most valuable plants in a landscape because they function as...


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  • Care for your Butterfly Bush

    Butterfly bush is a large, arching shrub that produces masses of flowers in midsummer to fall. Flower colors include blue, pink, red, violet, yellow, and white, and the shrub grows 5 to 10 feet tall and wide, depending on the variety. Butterfly...


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  • Creating a Tick-Free Zone Around Your Home

    While deer ticks are most abundant in wooded areas, they are also commonly found in our lawns and shrubs. There are a number of measures homeowners can take to reduce the possibility of being bitten by a tick on their property. Ticks and their...


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  • How To Create A Beautiful Lawn

    The following are basic steps to installing and maintaining a beautiful lawn. Contact us for specific area recommendations. Step 1: Measuring and Ordering Use a tape measure to measure the area of your planned lawn. Include these measurements on a...


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  • Create Natural Indoor Air Filters

    Nothing is comparable to the natural scent of plants and trees within a forest. The trees and plants circulate oxygen and carbon dioxide continuously which creates a soothing and refreshing oasis. By keeping indoor plants in your homes you are not...


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  • How To Grow a Montauk Daisy

    The Montauk Daisy - some of us love them, some of us hate them (the smell of the leaves is offensive to some). Montauk is famous for them in late September and October, when they bloom profusely in gardens, along the road and even on the cliff. The...


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