Author - jgraber33

In the Garden

In the Garden Now is the time to get outside and assess your garden needs.  Spend some time cleaning up your garden beds, cultivating the soil, and making sure you have enough room to hold all of the plants you want to grow.  Things to think about: Garden Drainage - make sure that you don't have any low spots in your plot of land that may hold water which can encourage fungal growth and make a big mess when it...

Get those Grubs!

Grubs - they don't really bother you at all and you don't see them until you start digging around your yard. Well, if you don't know what they look like check this guy out. It looks like a little harmless creature, but they are ravenous feeders that love the roots of healthy turf grass. Usually, if you have one of the nicest lawns in the neighborhood you will also have the highest population of grubs. ...

Rainy Season and Drainage

There is a true love/hate relationship in our industry when rainy season hits.  On one hand, the water is a welcome sight for our re-emerging lawns and a great quencher for all of our thirsty trees and shrubs.  On the other, the scourge of the wet season - all of our drainage problems proudly display their claims on our property.  As much as it is a nuisance, it also presents you (the homeowner) with the perfect opportunities to locate any...