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  • Preparing for Spring

    It seems ironic to be writing about closing down the garden for winter and preparing for spring, but now is the right time to plant your spring bulbs to ensure lots of color in your yard when April rolls around. Common bulbs that are planted in the...

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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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  • How To Make Organic Fertilizer

    Composting your yard debris, such as grass clippings, raked leaves, etc. can be an excellent source of fertilizer to help nourish your gardens. Next, add organic material to the bin and "turn" the pile every so often with a pitch fork or...

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  • Lawn Care Tips

    l. REMOVE THATCH, LIME:In early spring we rake your lawn to remove the dead layer of grass below the surface. Thatch prevents water and good nutrients from getting to the soil and feeding the grass. In the future, if we use compost and not too much...

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  • Early Spring Newsletter

    To My Hamptons Neighbors, Happy 2013. We hope this letter finds you well. If you are at all like me, and look forward to the beginning of a new growing season, you're probably thinking spring please. However, if you enjoy snow this winter was for...

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  • What You Need To Know About Fertilizer

    In order for a plant to grow and thrive, it needs a number of different chemical elements. The most important are: Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen - Available from air and water and therefore in plentiful supply Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium...

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  • Fall Fertilization

    Fertilizing your lawn at the proper time this fall will answer these questions and you'll have more sustainable lawn next year

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