Month: August 2014

Is It Time to Remodel Your Landscape?

I have moved into a home with an established landscape. I would like to keep the best of what I have and improve the landscape in other areas. I don’t […]

Mites Cause Leaf Discoloration and Leaf Drop

Mites are one of our most serious hot weather pests. They multiply rapidly and can cause a lot of damage before we notice it. Mites are tiny pests which feed […]

Deep Water Trees

A lot of trees are suffering from the hot dry summer we experienced last year. Especially in unirrigated areas, soil became so dry that roots were lost. This has caused […]

How to Prune (and not Prune) Large Trees

Large trees growing near homes and other structures can be dangerous during windy weather, especially if they have wounds, rot or weak branch connections. However, far too many healthy large […]

Plant vegetables for fall and winter harvest

Vegetables planted early this spring, such as kale, cauliflower, lettuce, spinach, radish, beets, peas, beans, and carrots have likely reached their mature stage by now and may be starting to […]

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