Blog Posts in December, 2015

  • 5 Ways to Have Fun in the Snow

    December 29, 2015
    It’s easy to complain about the snow. After all, it makes driving dangerous and can cause you to slip and fall when ice forms on the sidewalk. Shoveling the driveway is also a dreaded chore. Why not look on the bright side? Snow provides a unique way to have fun outside in the winter. You’re never too old to play in the snow, so whether you have children or not, take advantage of these five ways ...
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  • Caring for Your Natural Holiday Decor

    December 22, 2015
    Holiday decorations come in many shapes and sizes. Many are plastic, glass or ceramic, but some consist of natural greenery. From your Christmas tree to evergreen wreaths, garlands and table centerpieces, follow these tips to care for your natural holiday decor and help it last all December long. Choose the Right Greenery The decorations you have in mind and where you live determine which greenery ...
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  • Living Sculptures: Whimsical, Fun and Easy Topiary Designs

    December 12, 2015
    December marks the 25th anniversary of the iconic film " Edward Scissorhands ." Tim Burton's dark comedy is about a scientist that builds an animated human being, the gentle Edward. The scientist dies before he can finish assembling Edward, though, leaving the young man with a freakish appearance accentuated by the scissor blades he has instead of hands. Edward is taken in by a loving saleswoman ...
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  • Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let Us Know!

    December 10, 2015
    Snow may trigger pleasant feelings of cozy nights in front of a crackling fire, cradling a cup of hot chocolate and listening to holiday music. Unfortunately, all those cozy feelings shatter in the morning when it’s time to get up and go to work. Whether it’s the snow on your driveway or ice on the sidewalks in front of your business, snow and ice can be messy, and often hazardous to your health! ...
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  • It's Madness to Murder Crepe Myrtles

    December 7, 2015
    Crepe Myrtles are among the toughest, most adaptable, and showiest shrubs. A native of China and introduced to us in 1786 by Frenchman Andre Michaux, the "Lilac of the South" is the most popular flowering tree in the warmer, southern regions of North America. Crepe Myrtles are arguably one of the most beautifully branching flowering trees in the world, and would easily enhance the look of any ...
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