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Over the past decade, succulents have undergone a resurgence in popularity. Thanks to thousands of indoor appearances in the Instagram feeds of popular interior designers and bloggers, it’s almost easy to forget that these are delightful outdoor plants that are easily grown in pots. Beyond their hardiness, ease of care, and adaptability to both sunny...

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By Hannah Van Sickle Already dreading winter and the piles of snow that will inevitably accumulate in the coming months? Tackling a fall to-do list between now and the end of November–the kind professional landscapers employ to prepare their own outdoor living space for winter–is the smartest and easiest way to ensure your landscape is...

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By Robin Catalano While it may have seemed like winter took forever to release her icy grip on the Northeast, spring has arrived in spectacular fashion, with temperatures rising, trees blooming, and yards and fields greening up in the space of just a couple weeks. Now that the weather is consistently warm enough to enjoy the...

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These days, most of us are trying to make more decisions based on sustainable ideologies; what’s renewable, sustainable, locally available and affordable. In a way, these decisions support our returning to methods that have been around for hundreds or thousands of years, as they often fit these parameters of renewability and can solve more than one...

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It’s a winter wonderland… still. Keep your mind on spring though! All this fluffy and deep snow will actually help insulate the ground, keeping it from freezing deeper. Also, it protects delicate plants from damaging freeze and thaw cycles, that we seem to see more and more of recently. Providing trace amounts of nitrogen for...

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It’s a common idea for most homeowners to view their landscape as their own personal oasis, to create, enjoy and manage however they see fit. We often forget our little plots of the world are pieces of a much bigger picture, specifically your local native plant community. When creating or making changes to our landscapes,...

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As we begin our twelfth season offering Organic Lawn Care to our clients, I’m reminded of the importance of avoiding using toxic chemical lawn fertilizers and pesticides in our homes’ landscapes. “Of the 36 most commonly used lawn pesticides: 14 are probable or possible carcinogens, 15 are linked with birth defects, 21 with reproductive effects,...

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