Blog Posts in March, 2015

  • Be Creative with Flower Bed Design

    March 24, 2015
    Don't settle for a ho-hum flower bed design this year. Whether you are a home or business owner, cookie-cutter landscape designs strip neighborhood and commercial yards of individual personality and creativity. So resolve to liven things up in your home or business garden this spring with some splashes of creativity that set your landscape apart from the rest. The Grounds Guys® know that you are ...
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  • Tips to Get Your Yard in Tip-Top Shape for SPRING

    March 19, 2015
    Spring has sprung, which means summer is just around the corner. It’s almost time to fire up the grill, jump in the pool, and kick back outside with family and friends. But, before you can do this, you have to roll up your sleeves and get the backyard cleaned up and ready to go. To help you do this, here are some tips and tools to help you have your backyard in tip-top shape this S.P.R.I.N.G.: S- ...
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  • Boost Curb Appeal with Edging & Trimming

    March 17, 2015
    A perfectly manicured landscape needs attention to two little details that can transform a ho-hum yard into a real attention-getter: edging and trimming. If you overlook these tasks, your yard will lack the finesse that distinguishes a sharply defined landscape from one with a blurry curb appeal. Take it from the landscape professionals at The Grounds Guys® -- lawn trimming and edging is just what ...
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  • Uncover Your Home's Beauty with Power Washing

    March 10, 2015
    Lurking beneath your home's ugly-duckling facade may be a beautiful swan. But years of dirt and grime may have built up on your home's exterior, causing it to look dingy and dated. The barrier preventing your home from unleashing its hidden beauty may simply be its need for a power washing. If done correctly, this type of exterior cleaning, also known as pressure washing, can strip years off your ...
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  • The Ins & Outs of Irrigation

    March 3, 2015
    Your plants may be unwittingly perched on a tightrope when you water them. If you water them too much, you tip the balance one way and risk drowning their roots -- literally. But if you tip the balance in the other direction by under watering them, they "crash" -- a botanical term for severe wilting because they lack water. (Crashing isn't exactly a comfortable thought for human tightrope walkers, ...
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